Crowded Cars, Contested Turf: Race-Making and the Everyday on Chicago Public Transit During World War II
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Bachelor of Arts
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Sun, 27 May 2012 19:01:36 GMT
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Igra, Annette, Willis, Thabiti
Distinction on comps, The Williams-Harris Endowed Prize in African American Studies
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Race relations, public transportation, Chicago, World War II, employment, migration
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