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American Nightmare: The History of Jim Crow

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For most of the hundred years following the Civil War, a quarter of America lived under Jim Crow, a system of legalized segre-gation that meticulously governed race relations. Its function was simple: to force black submission to the perceived racial super-iority of the white majority. Rivaling South Africa's apartheid for the humiliation and degradation it heaped upon a people, the scars of Jim Crow are still etched across the American psyche. The author of seven celebrated works of nonfiction, Packard brings a practiced historian's viewpoint to a phenomenon that surpasses credulity.
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Author: Jerrold M. Packard, Jerrold Packard

Language: English

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Binding: Paperback

Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin

Release Date: 2003-07-21

Pages: 304

ISBN: 031230241X

ISBN13: 9780312302412