Table of Contents
1. Historical Background.
2. The Persistence of Jim Crow and the Black Revolt.
3. Characteristics of the Population.
4. Socioeconomic Status.
5. Social Institutions.
6. The Health of Black People.
7. Chronic Social Problems.
8. Crime and Justice.
9. Assimilation into American Society.
10. The Demise of Affirmative Action.
11. Race Relations at the Crossroads.