Simon & Schuster "Sundown Towns" Book highlights the secret communities as well as hotbeds of racial injustice throughout the twentieth century and is written by James W. Loewen.
Simon & Schuster "Sundown Towns" Book explores the provocative analysis of residential patterns and the hidden racial exclusion of America. Book focuses on how they have used legal formalities to violence to create homogenous Caucasian communities.
Age group and grade: Ages 15+ years
Title: "Sundown Towns: A Hidden Dimension of American Racism"
Author: James W. Loewen
Number of pages: 576
Publication date: 10/3/2006
Size: 9.2"H x 6.2"W x 1.4"D
Exposes the secret communities and hotbeds of racial injustice that sprung up throughout the twentieth century unnoticed, forcing us to reexamine race relations in the United States
Combines personal narrative, history, and analysis to create a readable picture of this previously unknown American institution all written with Loewen's trademark honesty and thoroughness
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