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,