Race Conflict and Cooperation in Urban Politics Protest vs. Politics as Usual

  • Peter K. Eisinger
It is difficult to remember that just twelve years ago Harrington could classify black ghetto dwellers as "politi-cally invisible," and Banfield and Wilson could describe black elected officials as "politicians first and Negroes second." By the end of the sixties, racial considerations had become probably the most important element structuring urban… CONTINUE READING