Colored White: Transcending the Racial Past

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Chapter 3: Adapted from “White Looks: Hairy Apes, True Stories and Limbaugh's Laughs, by David R. Roediger, in Minnesota Review 47 (1997). Reprinted with permission of the publisher.

Chapter 4: Adapted from “White Workers, New Democrats, and Affirmative Action, by David Roediger, in Wahneema Lubiano, ed., The House That Race Built. (New York: Vintage, 1998). © 1997 David R. Roediger.

Chapter 5: Adapted from “'Hertz, Don't It?' Becoming Colorless and Staying White in the Crossover of O. J. Simpson, by Leola Johnson and David R. Roediger, in Toni Morrison and Claudia Brodsky Lacour, eds., Birth of a Nation 'hood: Gaze, Script, and Spectacle in the O. J. Simpson Case. © Leola Johnson and David R. Roediger. Reprinted with permission of Leola Johnson.

Chapter 6: Adapted in part from “John Brown and Black Revolt, by David Roediger, in Race Traitor 11 (Spring 2000). © David R. Roediger.

Chapter 7: Adapted from “Race, Labor, and Gender in the Language of Antebellum Social Protest, by David R. Roediger, in Stanley B. Engerman, ed., Terms of Labor: Slavery, Serfdom, and Free Labor, with the permission of the publishers, Stanford University Press. © 1999 by the Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University.

Chapter 8: Adapted from “The Pursuit of Whiteness: Property, Terror, and Expansion, by David R. Roediger, in Journal of the Early Republic 19 (Winter 1999). © Society for Historians of the Early Republic. Reprinted with permission of the Society.

Chapter 9: Adapted from “Inbetween Peoples: Race, Nationality, and the 'New Immigrant' Working Class, by James R. Barrett and David R. Roediger,

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