Race Riot: CHICAGO IN THE RED SUMMER OF 1919
by William M. Tuttle
University of Illinois Press, 1996
Paper: 978-0-252-06586-6
Library of Congress Classification F548.9.N4T88 1996
Dewey Decimal Classification 977.31100496073

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"The origins of the Chicago race riot of 1919 are to be found, not in high-level policy, but in gut-level animosities between black and white people who were generally inarticulate and presentist-oriented, and who did not record their motivations or feelings for posterity. . . To explain the Chicago riot, this evidence has to be found; and though such evidence is not abundant by any means, it does exist."--From the preface
 

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