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Control NumberUPD-00000519465
Date and Time of Latest Transaction20090717035917.0
General Information020326s1979 pau eng
Title StatementThe Declining significance of racen : a dialogue among black and white social scientists / edited, with an introduction by Joseph R. Washington, Jr
Local Call NumberE 185.61 D32
Physical Description126 p
Cataloging SourceDML
Language Codeeng
General NoteEdited papers, questions and answers, responses, and dialogue of the fifth annual symposium held by the Afro-American Studies Program, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, March 29 and 30, 1979. Focal point was William Julius Wilson's the declining significance of race, blacks and changing American institution
Subject Added Entry - Geographic NameUnited States -- Race relations -- Congresses
Subject Added Entry - Topical TermAfro-Americans -- Economic conditions -- Congresses
 Afro-Americans -- Social conditions -- Congresses
Added Entry - Personal NameWilson, William J., 1935- The declining significance of race :blacks and changing American institutions.
 Washington, Joseph R.
Added Entry - Corporate NamePennsylvania. University. Afro-American Studies Program
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FormatMonograph
LocationUP UPEPP E 185.61 D32 Regular Circulation UPSF-776
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U.P. Extension Program in PampangaE 185.61 D32
 
     
 
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