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Social Sciences

  • The voting rights war: the NAACP and the ongoing struggle for justice / Gloria J. Browne-Marshall.
    Publication: Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2016.
    Subject: National Association for the Advancement of Colored People—History.
    Subject: African Americans—Suffrage—History.
    Subject: African Americans—Civil rights—History.
    Subject: African Americans—Politics and government.
    Subject: Social justice—United States—History.
    Subject: United States—Race relations—History.
    Call No.: 324.6208996073 BRO 
  • Immigrants and electoral politics: nonprofit organizing in a time of demographic change / Heath Brown.
    Publication: Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2016.
    Subject: Immigrants--Political activity--United States.
    Subject: Immigrants--Services for--United States.
    Subject: Elections--United States.
    Subject: Nonprofit organizations--Political activity--United States.
    Subject: Community organization--United States.
    Subject: Political participation--United States.
    Subject: United States--Emigration and immigration--Political aspects.
    Call No.: 324.9730086912 BRO 
  • The American deep state: big money, big oil, and the struggle for US. democracy / Peter Dale Scott.
    Publication: Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2017.
    Subject: Elite (Social sciences)—United States.
    Subject: Power (Social sciences)—United States.
    Subject: Pressure groups—United States.
    Subject: Conspiracy—United States.
    Subject: Democracy—United States.
    Subject: Wall Street (New York, N.Y.).
    Call No.: 325.0973 SCO 
  • No right to be idle: the invention of disability, 1840s-1930s / Sarah F. Rose.
    Subject: Chapel Hill, NC: The University of North Carolina Press, 2017.
    Subject: People with disabilities—Government policy—United States—History.
    Subject: People with disabilities—United States—Public opinion—History.
    Subject: People with disabilities—Rehabilitation—United States—History.
    Subject:  People with disabilities—Employment—United States—History.
    Subject: People with disabilities—Civil rights—United States—History.
    Subject:  People with disabilities—Legal status, laws, etc.—United States—History—19th century.
    Subject:  People with disabilities—Legal status, laws, etc.—United States—History—20th century.
    Subject:  Marginality, Social—United States—History—19th century.
    Subject:  Marginality, Social—United States—History—20th century.
    Call No.: 331.590973 ROS 
  • How real estate developers think: design, profits, and community / Peter Hendee Brown.
    Publication: Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2015.
    Subject: City planning—United States.
    Subject: Real estate development—United States.
    Call No.: 333.7315 BRO 

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