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Nation, 170 (February 25, 1950), 177-178; Abrams, Forbidden Neighbors, 87-88; Davis, City of Quartz, 160-164, 397-401; Meyer, As Long As They Don't Move Next Door, 126- 129; Wilson, Hamilton Park, 25-26. 25 Pittsburgh Courier, April 2, December 1949, December 30, 1950, May 26, 1951; Eskew, '"Bombingham,"' 371-390, quotation on p. 373. 26 Pittsburgh Courier, June 30, July 7, 1951. On the Columbians, see J. Wayne Dudley, "'Hate' Organizations of the 1940s: The Columbians, Inc.," Phylon, 42 (Fall 1981), 262- 274; Melissa Fay Greene, The Temple Bombing (Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1996), 33-36, 41-51; Stetson Kennedy, The Klan Unmasked (Boca Raton: Florida Atlantic University Press, 1990), 120-160; Shapiro, White Violence and Black Response, 374-375. 27 Miami Herald, July 14, 1951; Miami Daily News, September 22, 1951; Miami Times, September 29, December 1, 1951; Pittsburgh Courier, August 18, August 25, December 8, 1951; William S. Fairfield, "Florida: Dynamite Law Replaces Lynch Law," The Reporter, 7 (August 5, 1952), 31-34, 41; Kennedy, The Klan Unmasked, 219-234; Teresa Lenox, The Carver Village Controversy," Tequesta: The journal of the Historical Association of Southern Florida, 50 (1990), 39-51; Mohl, "Making the Second Ghetto in

Metropolitan Miami,"395-427. 28 Daily Worker, September 20, 1954; Earl Lewis, In Their Own Interests: Race, Class, and Power in Twentieth-Century Norfolk, Virginia (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991), 203. 29 Daily Worker, May 20, June 23, June 30, July 28, August 11, November 1, 1954; Ione Kramer, "The Louisville Bombing," National Guardian, October 18, 1954; Anne Braden, The Wall Between (New York: Monthly Review Press, 1958); Abrams, Forbidden Neighbors, 90. 30 National Guardian, November 9, 1953; Daily Worker, January 5, February 16, February 23, February 25, June 9, July 19, November 22, 1954; Arnold R. Hirsch, "Massive Resistance in the Urban North: Trumbull Park, Chicago, 1953-1966," journal of American History, 82 (September 1995), 522-550. See also Frank L. Brown, Trumbull Park (Chicago: Henry Regnery, 1959), a novel written by a black Trumbull Park resident. 31 National Guardian, December 7, 1953, February 1, 1954; Daily Worker, January 25,

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Negroes Move to White Neighborhoods," Ebony (August 1958), 17-23; Marvin Bressler, "The Myers' Case: An Instance of Successful Racial Invasion," Social Problems, 8 (Fall 1960), 126-142; Abrams, Forbidden Neighbors, 172; Meyer, As Long As They Don't Move Next Door, 147-148. 33 Daily Worker, October 7, 1954. 34 Daily Worker, August 23, August 27, 1954. 35 Daily Worker, October 11, 1954. 36 Daily Worker, October 12, October 15, December 20, 1954. 37 W.E.B. DuBois, On Sociology and the Black Community (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1978), 281.

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