INCOME AND STATUS DIFFERENCES BETWEEN WHITE AND MINORITY AMERICANS: Persistent Inequality
|Author: ||Chan, Sucheng|
Twelve studies that document the economic and social gaps that still exist between the white majority and racial minorities in the United States.
". . . a strong collection of articles . . . a compelling economic portrait of the economic status of Latinos, blacks, and Asian Americans. . . . the authors go a long way towards refuting conventional wisdom by providing new and fresh perspectives on the gnawing problems of racial inequality in American life." - MICHAEL OMI in Scholarly Research and Review
" . . will be of interest to any student of racial and ethnic inequality, particularly those desiring empirically based studies about racial/ethnic groups in California." - Journal of American Ethnic History
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