Power and the Black Community: A Reader on Racial Subordination in the United States

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19.
Note the importance attached to "mixing" in the current de-segregation dispute.
20.
See the mimeographed publications on lynching compiled by the Department of Records and Research of Tuskegee Institute.
21.
The Chicago Commission on Race Relations, The Negro in Chicago, Chicago, 1922.
22.
See note 20.
23.
See, e.g., Carl I. Hovland and R. R. Sears, "Correlation of Economic Indices with Lynchings," Journal of Psychology, 9, 1940: 301-310 and Alexander Mintz, "Re-examination of Correlations between Lynchings and Economic Indices," Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology,41, 1946: 154-160.
24.
Edgar A. Schuler, "The Houston Race Riot, 1917," in the Journal of Negro History, 29, 1944: 300-338, remains the best treatment of this uprising of Negro troops.
25.
Many of these sentences were later reduced.
26.
Chicago Commission on Race Relations, op. cit., is the best descriptive and analytical study of a race riot yet published.
27.
See the mimeographed report by George Schermer on the Fairgrounds Park incident in St. Louis for a careful analysis of one such disturbance.
28.
For an excellent account of the Cicero disturbance see William Gremley, "Social Control in Cicero,"Brit. Jnl. of Sociology, 3, 4, Dec. 1952: 322-338.
29.
Chicago Commission on Human Relations, The Trumbull Park Homes Disturbances, Chicago, n.d.
30.
It is too early yet to assess the meaning of a new wave of bombings, including attacks on synagogues, in Illinois and Georgia which began in the fall of 1958.
31.
Activity in this area is covered in detail in the periodical, Race Relations Law Reporter.
32.
Events in this area are covered in detail in the Southern School News.

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