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Race and class in Latin America

Black Caribbean Literature (BCL)
Mörner,Magnus (Author), Conference on Race and Class in Latin America (1965: New York, NY.)
Book, Whole
Publication Date:
New York: Columbia University Press
African American Research Center, Library, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Subject Term:
Caribbean area, Blacks, Dominican Republic, Race relations, Social classes, Brazil, Latin America, Conferences, Slavery, abolition of, Uruguay, Mexico
309 p, Includes Gonzalo Aquirre Beltrán's "The abolition of slavery and its aftermath. The integration of the Negro into the national society of Mexico"; Carlos M. Rama's "The passing of the Afro-Uruguayans from caste society into class society"; Richard Graham's "Action and ideas in the abolitionist movement in Brazil"; Harry Hoetink's "The Dominican Republic in the nineteenth century: some notes on stratefication, immigration, and race"; and Florestan Fernandes' "Immigration and race relations in São Paulo";