Race, crime, and policing in the Jim Crow South : African Americans and law enforcement in Birmingham, Memphis, and New Orleans, 1920-1945 /
"Race, Crime, and Policing in the Jim Crow South traces the growth of the police in the New South, the role of law enforcement in maintaining control over urban African-American populations, the ways black southerners responded to these developments, and most importantly, how African Americans...
Baton Rouge :
Louisiana State University Press,
|Series:||Making the modern South.