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Race and the City

Work, Community, and Protest in Cincinnati, 1820-1970

"Provides a rich prism through which to explore the social, economic, and political development of black Cincinnati. These studies offer insight into both the dynamics of racism and a community's changing responses to it." -- Peter Rachleff, author of Black Labor in Richmond

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