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    BOOKS (FICTION) 1. Family --by J. California Cooper 2. The Wake of the Wind --by J. California Cooper 3. Kindred --by Octavia Butler BOOKS (NON-FICTION) 1.
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      BOOKS (FICTION)

      1. Family
      --by J. California Cooper

      2. The Wake of the Wind
      --by J. California Cooper

      3. Kindred
      --by Octavia Butler

      BOOKS (NON-FICTION)

      1. Critical White Studies: Looking Behind the Mirror
      by Richard Delgado

      2. How the Irish Became White
      by Noel Ignatiev)
      http://www.alibris.com/search/books/author/Noel%20Ignatiev
      http://www.zmag.org/zmag/articles/jan97postel.htm

      3. Are Italians White?: How Race is Made in America
      by Jennifer Guglielmo / Salvatore Salerno

      4. How Jews Became White Folks
      by Karen Brodkin

      5. Whiteness of a Different Color
      by Matthew Frye Jacobson

      6. The Invention of the White Race
      by Theodore W. Allen

      7. Colored White: Transcending the Racial Past
      by David R. Roediger

      8.White by Law: The Legal Construction of Race
      by Ian F. Haney Lopez

      9. White On Arrival
      by Thomas A. Guglielmo

      10. Whiteness of a Different Color
      by Matthew Frye Jacobson

      11. The Saga of Coe Ridge
      by William Montell

      12. The Wages of Whiteness
      by David R. Roediger

      13. The Possessive Investment in Whiteness
      by George Lipsitz

      14. Making Whiteness
      by Grace Elizabeth Hale

      15. Black Lies, White Lies
      by Tony Brown

      16. Suburban Warriors
      by Lisa McGirr

      17. Aint' I A Woman
      by bell hooks

      18. Black Macho & The Myth of the Superwoman
      by Michelle Wallace

      19. Toms, Coons, Mulattoes, Mammies & Bucks
      by Donald Bogle

      20. Before the Mayflower
      by L. Bennett Jr.
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