The Changing Nature of Racial and Ethnic Conflict in United States History: 1492 to the Present
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The Changing Nature of Racial and Ethnic Conflict in United States History: 1492 to the Present

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In The Changing Nature of Racial and Ethnic Conflict in United States History, Leslie Tischauser examines racial and ethnic violence throughout the history of the United States, from the arrival of Christopher Columbus, to the presidency of George W. Bush. Tischauser focuses on racial and ethnic violence independent of other historical themes. His aim is to provide discuss...more
Paperback, 246 pages
Published May 1st 2002 by University Press of America
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Dr. Leslie V. Tischauser is a historian, sociologist, and political scientist. He is the professor of history at Prairie State Community College in Chicago Heights, Illinois, and has published several books on the history of race relations.
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