Book Review| July 03 2020
Review: Hostile Heartland: Racism, Repression, and Resistance in the Midwest, by Brent M.S. Campney
Hostile Heartland: Racism, Repression, and Resistance in the Midwest. By Brent M.S. Campney. (
University of Illinois Press,
2019. viii + 226 pp.)
Pacific Historical Review (2020) 89 (3): 447–448.
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Kenneth R. Coleman; Review: Hostile Heartland: Racism, Repression, and Resistance in the Midwest, by Brent M.S. Campney. Pacific Historical Review 3 July 2020; 89 (3): 447–448. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/phr.2020.89.3.447
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