- Title Pages
- List of Figures
- 1 The Politics of Segregation in Post‐Reconstruction America
- 2 Joining the Government: ‘Because I Dared to Be Black’
- 3 Working in a Federal Agency: Social Ostracism and Discrimination
- 4 ‘A Great Shadow Over Our “Civil Rights” ’: Fighting for the Government
- 5 Serving Time With the Government: Federal Penitentiaries
- 6 The Federal Government in a Segregated Society: Public Employment Exchanges and Housing Programmes
- 7 Conclusion
- Appendix 1: The Politics of Segregation in the United States
- Appendix 2: Segregation in Government
- Appendix 3: Statistical Profile of Black American Employees in the Federal Government
- Appendix 4: Strikes Settled by the FEPC 1943–1944
- Appendix 5: Civil Rights Laws 1957–1991
- Separate and Unequal
- Oxford University Press
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