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The Wages of Whiteness: Race and the Making of the American Working Class… (edition 2007)

by David R. Roediger, Mike Davis (Series Editor), Michael Sprinker (Series Editor), Kathleen Cleaver (Introduction)

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Title:The Wages of Whiteness: Race and the Making of the American Working Class (New Edition) (Haymarket Series)
Authors:David R. Roediger
Other authors:Mike Davis (Series Editor), Michael Sprinker (Series Editor), Kathleen Cleaver (Introduction)
Info:Verso (2007), Edition: New Edition, Paperback, 195 pages
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An extremely important and insightful book.

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Studies working class racism in the United States and discusses what psychological and ideological beliefs contribute to the racial stereotypes that separate white and African-American workers.

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