“Race, Class, and Gender in Rural America” . Jan L. Flora Professor of Sociology and Extension Community Sociologist, ISU email@example.com. What Factors Determined the Kind of Farming Systems that Emerged in the U.S. after the Civil War?.
Jan L. Flora
Professor of Sociology and Extension Community Sociologist, ISU
1898 Spanish American War
1885 Chinese Exclusion Act
Japanese Internment Camps
Bracero Program (P.L. 78), 1942-1965
1986 IRCA-Amnesty, H2A, & Penalties for Employers
Flora, Jan L., and Cornelia B. Flora. “Race, Gender and Class in Rural America.” Pp. 369-383 in Jean Ait Belkhir and Bernice McNair Barnett, with Anna Karpathakis, Eds. Introduction to Sociology: A Race, Gender and Class Perspective. Race, Gender and Class Book Series. New Orleans: Southern University, 1999.
Pfeffer, M. 1983. “Social origins of three systems of farm production in the United States.” Rural Sociology 48(4): 540-562.
Howard Zinn, “Slavery without Submission, Emancipation without Freedom, ” in his A People’s History of the United States, pp. 196-210.