Residential segregation and antimiscegenation were interwined means of maintaining an unequal racial order, challenging both sociological theories about immigrant assimilation and upward mobility and legal theories about the significance of interracial marriage for racial equality.
Law & race, legal & social history, inequality, housing law & policy, racial hierarchy, mixed marriages
Capital University Law Review
Roberts, Dorothy E., "Crossing Two Color Lines: Interracial Marriage and Residential Segregation in Chicago" (2017). All Faculty Scholarship. 2493.