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Class and the color line

Joseph Gerteis

Class and the color line

interracial class coalition in the Knights of Labor and the Populist movement

by Joseph Gerteis

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Published by Duke University Press in Durham, NC .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementJoseph Gerteis.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 274 p. ;
Number of Pages274
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22769067M
ISBN 109780822342243

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A lauded contribution to historical sociology, Class and the Color Line. is an analysis of social-movement organizing across racial lines in the American South during the s and the s.

The Knights of Labor and the Populists were the largest and most influential movements of their day, as well as the first to undertake large-scale organizing in the former Confederate states, where they Cited by: Class Struggle and the Color Line: American Socialism and the Race Question, Paperback – Febru by Paul Heideman (Author)5/5(4).

“Readers of Class and the Color Line will gain new insights and ways to consider the dynamics of inclusion and exclusion in social movements. Imaginatively researched and clearly written, Gerteis has written a smart, informative, and provocative book of value to anyone interested in the confounding relationship between race and class in American history.”Author: Joseph Gerteis.

Class and the color line book lauded contribution to historical sociology, Class and the Color Line. is an analysis of social-movement organizing across racial lines in the American South during the s and the s.

The Knights of Labor and the Populists were the largest and most influential movements of their day, as well as the first to undertake large-scale organizing in the former Confederate states, where they. A lauded contribution to historical sociology, Class and the Color Line is an analysis of social-movement organizing across racial lines in the American South during the s and the s.

A lauded contribution to historical sociology, Class and the Color Line is an analysis of social-movement organizing across racial lines in the American South during the s and the s/5(3).

A lauded contribution to historical sociology, Class and the Color Line is an analysis of social-movement organizing across racial lines in the American South during the s and the s.

The Knights of Labor and the Populists were the largest and most influential movements of their day, as well as the first to undertake large-scale organizing in the former Confederate states, where they attempted to Author: Joseph Gerteis.

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Also, if you're about to buy/rent this for a class Cited by: Life on the Color Line is a uniquely important book. It is a wonderfully inspiring testament of purpose, perseverance, and human triumph. “Heartbreaking and uplifting a searing book about race and prejudice in America brims with insights that only someone who has lived on both sides of the racial divide could gain.”—Cleveland Plain DealerCited by: Class struggle and anti-racism are two sides of the same coin in this powerful collection.

At a time when the emancipation of oppressed and working-class people remain goals of progressives everywhere, Heideman’s book provides us a map to a past that can help us get free."-Bill V. Mullen, Professor of American Studies, Purdue University.

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saving. Want to Read/5. Du Bois’s categories of “color” and “color-line” are synonyms of race. Du Bois tells us that with the construction of the concept of race “‘color’ became in the world’s thought synonymous with inferiority” ( ). It became a designation of devaluation, degradation and domination.

Today more than ever, higher education stands as the gateway to the kind of society we will become. Higher Education and the Color Line is a major contribution to contemporary debates about how that gateway should be constructed against the backdrop of race, gender, and class in American society.

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The Knights of Labor and the Populists were the largest and most influential movements of their day, as well as the first to undertake large-scale organizing in the former Confederate states, where they attempted to recruit.

A lauded contribution to historical sociology, Class and the Color Line is an analysis of social-movement organizing across racial lines in the American South Author: Joseph Gerteis. Class struggle and anti-racism are two sides of the same coin in this powerful collection.

At a time when the emancipation of oppressed and working-class people remain goals of progressives everywhere, Heideman's book provides us a map to a past that can help us get free."-Bill V.

Mullen, Professor of American Studies, Purdue University. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Class Struggle and the Color Line: American Socialism and the Race Question, at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5.

This one-page guide includes a plot summary and brief analysis of Life on the Color Line by Gregory Howard Williams. In his memoir about his youth, Life on the Color Line, Gregory Howard Williams, who grew up to become the dean of the Ohio State University College of Law, talks about his unusual upbringing as the child of a white mother and a black father, whose skin was light enough that he.

The term color line was originally used as a reference to the racial segregation that existed in the United States after the abolition of slavery. An article by Frederick Douglass which was titled "The Color Line" was published in the North American Review in.

Class and the color line: interracial class coalition in the Knights of Labor and the Populist movement. [Joseph Gerteis] -- This ms studies class and race boundaries, and interracial political coalitions, in two significant 19th century social movements--the Knights of Labor and the Populist movement."The problem of the 20th century is the problem of the color line," summed up W.E.B.

Du Bois in How dispiriting to realize it is the problem of the 21st century as well.Paul Heideman is the author of Class Struggle and the Color Line ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews) and Jacobin Italia n. 6. La politica della paura /5(3).