标题（title）：Working Toward Whiteness: How America's Immigrants Became White: The Strange Journey from Ellis Island to the Suburbs
作者（author）：David R. Roediger
大小（size）：586 kB (600375 bytes)
A preeminent scholar explores the history of the "new immigrants" who came to the United States in the late nineteenth century and describes how they became insiders by the end of World War II.
Abstract: A preeminent scholar explores the history of the "new immigrants" who came to the United States in the late nineteenth century and describes how they became insiders by the end of World War II. Read more...
Table of contents :
Content: Part One. SEEING RACE IN NEW IMMIGRANT HISTORY
CHAPTER 1: New Immigrants, Race, and "Ethnicity" in the Long Early Twentieth Century
CHAPTER 2: Popular Language, Social Practice, and the Messiness of Race
Part Two. "INBETWEENNESS"
CHAPTER 3: "The Burden of Proof Restswith Him": New Immigrants and the Structures of Racial Inbetweenness
CHAPTER 4: Inside the Wail: New Immigrant Racial Consciousness
Part Three. ENTERING THE WHITE HOUSE
CHAPTER 5: "A Vast Amount of Coercion": The Ironies of Immigration Restriction
CHAPTER 6: Finding Homes in an Era of Restriction. CHAPTER 7: A New Deal, an Industrial Union, and a White House: What the New Immigrant Got IntoAFTERWORD: The Houses We've Lived in and the Workings of Whiteness