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ERIC Number: ED019560
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
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EMPLOYMENT, RACE, AND POVERTY.
ROSS, ARTHUR M., ED.; HILL, HERBERT, ED.
IN 1962 A FOUR-YEAR PROGRAM OF RESEARCH AND CONFERENCES ON THE GENERAL SUBJECT OF UNEMPLOYMENT AND THE AMERICAN ECONOMY WAS INITIATED ON THE BERKELEY CAMPUS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, FINANCED BY THE FORD FOUNDATION AND ADMINISTERED BY THE INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. BEGINNING WITH THE ASSUMPTION THAT PERSISTENT UNEMPLOYMENT IN THE UNITED STATES CALLS FOR NEW POLICIES, BOTH PUBLIC AND PRIVATE, A COORDINATED GROUP OF STUDIES WAS DESIGNED TO FURNISH BETTER GUIDELINES FOR THESE POLICIES AND TO PROVIDE CRITICAL EVALUATION AS THEY ARE ESTABLISHED AND IMPLEMENTED. THE PRESENT DOCUMENT, WHICH DEALS WITH THE ECONOMIC DISABILITIES OF NEGRO WORKERS AND THE STAKES AND POSSIBILITIES INVOLVED IN ECONOMIC INTEGRATION, IS ONE OF SEVERAL BOOKS EMERGING FROM THE PROGRAM. CHAPTERS ARE THE NEGRO'S POSITION IN THE LABOR MARKET, THE SOCIAL EFFECTS OF NEGRO UNEMPLOYMENT, THE MEANS AND EXPRESSIONS OF PROTEST, EMPLOYERS, UNIONS, AND THE NEGRO, EDUCATION AND TRAINING OF THE NEGRO, AND DISCRIMINATION AND THE LAW. THIS DOCUMENT IS PUBLISHED BY HARCOURT, BRACE AND WORLD, INC., NEW YORK. 598 PAGES. (AJ)
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