3 edition of Race, power, and social segmentation in colonial society found in the catalog.
Race, power, and social segmentation in colonial society
Moore, Brian L.
|Statement||by Brian L. Moore.|
|Series||Caribbean studies -- v. 4|
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Race, Power, and Social Segmentation in Colonial Society: Guyana After Slavery, Brian L. Moore Gordon & Breach Science Publishers, Jan 1, - History - pages. Get this from a library.
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France, with its revolutionary, republican spirit of egalité, likes to think of itself as a color-blind society, steadfastly refusing, for example, to measure race, ethnicity, or religion in its.
Race is a modern idea - it hasn't always been with us. In ancient times, language, religion, status, and class distinctions were more important than physical appearance.