Columbia studies in the history of U.S. capitalism.
Elizabeth Herbin-Triant investigates early-twentieth-century campaigns for residential segregation laws in North Carolina to show how the version of white supremacy supported by middle-class white people differed from that supported by the elites. Class divides halted Jim Crow from mandating separate neighborhoods for black and white southerners
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1. Middling Whites in Postbellum North Carolina 2. Fusion, Democrats, and the Scarecrow of Race 3. Inspirations for Residential Segregation 4. Separating Residences in the Camel City 5. Jim Crow for the Countryside Conclusion: Planning for Residential Segregation After Buchanan Notes Bibliography Index
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Print version: Herbin-Triant, Elizabeth A. Threatening property. New York : Columbia University Press, 2019