Neither Black nor White by Carl N Degler (The MacMillan Company, New York: 1971) is a comparative analysis of the developments of slavery, with an emphasis on miscegenation between the United States and Brazil during the Colonial period. This work is an attempt to understand the nature of black and white relations in the United States by seeing such relations in a different national and social context. Mr. Degler’s original aim was to compare all
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and lives in Stanford California. He is currently a Professor of History at Stanford University. “ This work needs to be read by all those concerned with race relations in the Western Hemisphere.”
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Degler, Carl N. Neither Black nor White: Slavery and Race Relations in Brazil and the United States.
Degler, Carl N. Niether Black nor White: Slavery and Race Relations in Brazil and the United States. The MACMILLIAN COMPANY,NEW YORK 1971.