The origins of the urban crisis : race and inequality in postwar Detroit /
Princeton, N.J. :
Princeton University Press,
|Series:||Princeton studies in American politics
Table of Contents:
- "Arsenal of democracy"
- "Detroit's time bomb": race and housing in the 1940s
- "The coffin of peace": the containment of public housing
- "The meanest and the dirtiest jobs": the structures of employment discrimination
- "The damning mark of false prosperities": the deindustrialization of Detroit
- "Forget about your inalienable right to work": responses to industrial decline and discrimination
- Class, status, and residence: the changing geography of black Detroit
- "Homeowners' rights": white resistance and the rise of antiliberalism
- "United communities are impregnable": violence and the color line
- Crisis: Detroit and the fate of postindustrial America.