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Strangers in the land

John Higham

Strangers in the land

patterns of American nativism 1860-1925

by John Higham

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Published by Rutgers University Press in New Brunswick .
Written in English


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—Joe W. Trotter Strangers in the Land of Paradise discusses the creation of an African American community as a distinct cultural entity. It describes values and institutions that Black migrants from the South brought with them, as well as those that evolved as a result of their interaction with Blacks native to the city and the city itself.   STRANGERS IN THEIR OWN LAND ANGER AND MOURNING ON THE AMERICAN RIGHT Never wavering from the thesis introduced in his previous book, that “racism is a powerful collection of racist policies that lead to racial inequity and are substantiated by racist ideas,” the author posits a seemingly simple binary: “Antiracism is a powerful Author: Arlie Russell Hochschild.

Strangers in the Land by Louise A. Vernon. Journey with Pierre and his family as they defy the law to worship their God, regardless of whatever consequences they ultimately face. Strangers in Their Own Land does what few dare to do—it takes seriously the role of feelings in politics.” —Sarah Jaffe, author of Necessary Trouble: Americans in Revolt “If the great political question of our time can be summarized in the two words, ‘Donald Trump,’ the answer is to be found in Hochschild’s brilliant new book.

  Strangers in the Land is, then, a history of public opinion, whose purpose is to show how nativism evolved in society and in action. Higham seeks to explain what could inflame xenophobia and who resisted it. He saw his work as part of a renewed interest in the study of nationalism following the national upheavals in the wake of the McCarthy Price: $ Additional Physical Format: Online version: Higham, John, Strangers in the land. New York: Atheneum, (OCoLC) Online version.


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