By Grace Elizabeth Hale
By displaying the very fresh ancient "making" of latest American whiteness and by means of analyzing how the tradition of segregation, in all its murderous contradictions, was once lived, Hale makes it attainable to visualize a destiny open air it. Her imaginative and prescient holds out the tricky promise of a very democratic American identification whose chances are not any longer constrained and disfigured via race.
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Making Whiteness: The Culture of Segregation in the South, 1890-1940 by Grace Elizabeth Hale