Economic Crisis and Expectations of Violence: a Study of Unemployed Negroes,

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Title

Economic Crisis and Expectations of Violence: a Study of Unemployed Negroes,

Subject

Communities
Employment
Violence

Description

Reports results of interviews in two predominantly black Detroit communities with high unemployment, one east side, one west side, as to expectations of violence if recession continues.

Creator

Leggett, John C. and Street, David

Source

Wayne State University

Publisher

Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall

Date

1964

Contributor

Shostak, Arthur B. and Gomberg, William, eds.

Relation

Catalog entry (Wayne State University): http://elibrary.wayne.edu/record=b1664597~S47

Type

Excerpt from Blue-Collar World, Studies of the American Worker.

Identifier

639

Coverage

pg. 506-512

Citation

Leggett, John C. and Street, David, “Economic Crisis and Expectations of Violence: a Study of Unemployed Negroes, ,” Michigan Black History Bibliography, accessed June 24, 2024, http://mbhb.reuther.wayne.edu/items/show/729.