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Shifting the Color Line

Race and the American Welfare State

by Robert C. Lieberman

  • 112 Want to read
  • 18 Currently reading

Published by Harvard University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Black studies,
  • Central government policies,
  • Racism & racial discrimination,
  • Social issues,
  • Social welfare & social services,
  • Social Science,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Sociology,
  • USA,
  • Discrimination & Racism,
  • Government - U.S. Government,
  • Public Policy - Social Policy,
  • Political Science / General,
  • Ethnic Studies - African American Studies - General,
  • Public Affairs & Administration

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages320
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7670639M
    ISBN 100674007115
    ISBN 109780674007116

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    The Color Line by John Hope Franklin, , University of Missouri Press edition, in English. Queering the color line by Siobhan B. Somerville, Siobhan B. Somerville, December , Duke University Press edition, Paperback in English.

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Shifting the Color Line is an enlightening look at America’s failure to ask, without racist or political motives, how poor people can make progress The book is an intense history course that bypasses decades of deceptive rhetoric to get to the core issues of the welfare debate.”―Alyssa Haywoode, Boston GlobeCited by:   Shifting the Color Line is an enlightening look at America’s failure to ask, without racist or political motives, how poor people can make progress The book is an intense history course that bypasses decades of deceptive rhetoric to get to the core issues of the welfare : Harvard.

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Lieberman Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. 4/5(3). Shifting the Color Line explores the historical and political roots of racial conflict in American welfare policy, beginning with the New Deal. Robert Lieberman demonstrates how racial distinctions were built into the very structure of the American welfare state.

Shifting the Color Line explores the historical and political roots of enduring racial conflict in American welfare policy, beginning with the New Deal. Through Social Security and other social insurance programs, white workers were successfully integrated into a strong national welfare state.

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The term color line was originally used as a reference to the racial segregation that existed in the United States after the abolition of article by Frederick Douglass which was titled "The Color Line" was published in the North American Review in The phrase gained fame after W.

Du Bois’ repeated use of it in his book The Souls of Black Folk. Life on the Color Line is a uniquely important book. It is a wonderfully inspiring testament of purpose, perseverance, and human triumph. “Heartbreaking and uplifting a searing book about race and prejudice in America brims with insights that only someone who has lived on both sides of the racial divide could gain.”—Cleveland Plain Reviews:   Interracial sex mattered to the British colonial state in West Africa.

In Crossing the Color Line, Carina E. Ray goes beyond this fact to reveal how Ghanaians shaped and defined these powerfully charged relations. The interplay between African and European perspectives and practices, argues Ray, transformed these relationships into key sites for consolidating colonial rule and for contesting.

Shifting the Color Line is an enlightening look at America’s failure to ask, without racist or political motives, how poor people can make progress The book is an intense history course that bypasses decades of deceptive rhetoric to get to the core issues of the.

The New Color Line: How Quotas and Privilege Destroy Democracy maintains that it is now legally necessary to discriminate against white males in order to avoid civil rights lawsuits and to achieve mandated race and gender proportionally in the work force, university admissions, training programs, mortgage financing, and even disciplinary s: 7.

Lieberman's Shifting the Color Line is a failure in academic writing. His thesis - that federal agencies are capable of running racism-free welfare - is not only unsupported by his evidence, his evidence is itself racist in the exclusion of all other races besides white and black.4/5.

The player who would break the color line, Jack (John) Roosevelt Robinson, was born in Cairo, Georgia, on Janu His mother moved the family to Pasadena, California, inand Robinson attended John Muir Technical High School and Pasadena Community College before transferring to the University of California, Los Angeles.

Robert C. Lieberman is Krieger-Eisenhower Professor of Political Science at the Johns Hopkins University. He is the author of the award-winning books Shifting the Color Line: Race and the American Welfare State and Shaping Race Policy: The United States in Comparative Perspective, and has written about American politics for Foreign Affairs/5.

Shifting the Color Line explores the historical and political roots of enduring racial conflict in American welfare policy, beginning with the New Deal Includes bibliographical references (pages. Robert C. Lieberman, Shifting the Color Line: Race and the Ameri-can Welfare State.

Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, $ hardcover. Ever since Gunnar Myrdal identified the dilemma created by the conflict between an ideology that emphasized liberty and equality and the reality of racial domination, social scientists have.

The color line was instituted and solidified by slavery, yet has survived Emancipation and taken new forms. Jim Crow segregation, for example, is a particularly distinct way in which the color line is enshrined in the law and custom of the South.

Book review of Shifting the Color Line: Race and the American Welfare State. Robert C. Lieberman. Reviewed by Jill Quadagno, Florida State University. Get this from a library. Shifting the color line: race and the American welfare state. [Robert C Lieberman] -- Despite the substantial economic and political strides that African-Americans have made in this century, welfare remains an issue that sharply divides Americans by race.

Shifting the Color Line. Shifting the Color Line explores the historical and political roots of enduring racial conflict in American welfare policy, beginning with the New Deal.

Through Social Security and other social insurance programs, white workers were successfully integrated into a strong national welfare : Robert C. Lieberman."The problem of the 20th century is the problem of the color line," summed up W.E.B. Du Bois in How dispiriting to realize it is the problem of the 21st century as well.Rethinking the Color Line Book Summary: Charles A.

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