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Racism in the neoliberal era: a meta history of elite white power

By: Hohle, Randolph.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: New critical viewpoints on society. Publisher: New York Routledge 2017Description: xi, 269 p.ISBN: 9781138682092.Subject(s): Neoliberalism - United States | Racism - United States | Economic aspects - United States | Race discrimination - United States | Elite - United States | Race relations - United StatesDDC classification: 305.800973 Summary: Racism in the Neoliberal Era explains how simple racial binaries like black/white are no longer sufficient to explain the persistence of racism, capitalism, and elite white power. The neoliberal era features the largest black middle class in US history and extreme racial marginalization. Hohle focuses on how the origins and expansion of neoliberalism depended on language or semiotic assemblage of white-private and black public. The language of neoliberalism explains how the white racial frame operates like a web of racial meanings that connect social groups with economic policy, geography, and police brutality. When America was racially segregated, elites consented to political pressure to develop and fund white-public institutions. The black civil rights movement eliminated legal barriers that prevented racial integration. In response to black civic inclusion, elite whites used a language of white-private/black-public to deregulate the Voting Rights Act and banking. They privatized neighborhoods, schools, and social welfare, creating markets around poverty. They oversaw the mass incarceration and systemic police brutality against people of color. Citizenship was recast as a privilege instead of a right. Neoliberalism is the result of the latest elite white strategy to maintain political and economic power. (https://www.crcpress.com/Racism-in-the-Neoliberal-Era-A-Meta-History-of-Elite-White-Power/Hohle/p/book/9781138682092)
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgments

Introduction: The tricks are new but the bag is the same

Chapter 1: Citizenship and Systemic Racism

Chapter 2: Piecemeal Black Disenfranchisement: Deregulation and the Voting Rights Act in the Neoliberal Era

Chapter 3: Preserving the White Economy at any Cost

Chapter 4: Social Welfare and the Segregated Welfare State

Chapter 5: The Neoliberal Metropolis: Racial Segregation, Suburbanization, and Gentrification

Chapter 6: Racism and the Neoliberal Crisis in American Education

Chapter 7: White-Private Violence: Police Brutality and Mass Incarceration

Chapter 8: Diversity and Future Trends in Racist Neoliberal Governance

Racism in the Neoliberal Era explains how simple racial binaries like black/white are no longer sufficient to explain the persistence of racism, capitalism, and elite white power. The neoliberal era features the largest black middle class in US history and extreme racial marginalization. Hohle focuses on how the origins and expansion of neoliberalism depended on language or semiotic assemblage of white-private and black public. The language of neoliberalism explains how the white racial frame operates like a web of racial meanings that connect social groups with economic policy, geography, and police brutality. When America was racially segregated, elites consented to political pressure to develop and fund white-public institutions. The black civil rights movement eliminated legal barriers that prevented racial integration. In response to black civic inclusion, elite whites used a language of white-private/black-public to deregulate the Voting Rights Act and banking. They privatized neighborhoods, schools, and social welfare, creating markets around poverty. They oversaw the mass incarceration and systemic police brutality against people of color. Citizenship was recast as a privilege instead of a right. Neoliberalism is the result of the latest elite white strategy to maintain political and economic power.

(https://www.crcpress.com/Racism-in-the-Neoliberal-Era-A-Meta-History-of-Elite-White-Power/Hohle/p/book/9781138682092)

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