Slavery by another name the re-enslavement of Black Americans from the Civil War to World War II

Title Slavery by another name the re-enslavement of Black Americans from the Civil War to World War II
Names Blackmon, Douglas A.
Book Number DB069134
Title Status Active
Medium Digital Book
Annotation Wall Street Journal reporter details the use of African American forced labor that began in the South during Reconstruction. Examines archives to document the way national industries acquired uncompensated labor via convict leasing--a practice that was allegedly supported at all levels of government. Violence and strong language. Pulitzer Prize. 2008.
Narrator Moore, Bob.
Local Subject Adult Book - AD
Adult Non-Fiction - AN
Short Book - SH
Award-Winning Adult Books - AWA
History - HST
History, United States - HUS
Black Interest - BLK
African American concern - AFRAM
Audience Notes Male narrator.
Contains strong language.
Contains violence.
Pulitzer Prize winner.
LC Subject African American prisoners - Social conditions
African Americans - Civil rights - History - 19th century
African Americans - Civil rights - History - 20th century
African Americans - Crimes against - History
African Americans - Employment - History
Convict labor - United States - History
Forced labor - United States - History
Slavery - United States - History
United States - Race relations - History - 19th century
United States - Race relations - History - 20th century
Call Number 305.896073 ANF
Language English
Released 2008
Publication Info Washington, D.C. : National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress, 2008 (Potomac Talking Book Services, recording studio).
Original Publication Recorded from: New York : Doubleday, c2008. 9780385506250
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