Table of contents for Packing them in : an archaeology of environmental racism in Chicago, 1865-1954 / Sylvia Hood Washington.

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I. Part I. Historical and Philosophical Foundations of Environmental Racism and Environmental Justice
1. Social Darwinism, Scientific Racism, and the Birth of the Environmental Leper
2. An Archaeology of the Modern Environmental Justice Movement 
II. Part II. Packing Them In
3. Justice in the Jungle: Immigrants and Environmental Racism in the Back of the Yards, 1880-1930
4. Engineering and Environmental Inequality: The Rise and Fall of the Notorious "Bubbly Creek" 
III. Part III. Broken Promises
5. Planning and Environmental Inequalities: Race, Place, and Environmental Health in Chicago 
6. "We Fight Blight": Block Beautiful and the Urban Conservation Movement In Chicago's Black Belt, 1915-1954
IV. Epilogue: Raisins in the Sun: Postmodern Environmental Justice Struggles In Chicago 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Environmental policy -- Illinois -- Chicago -- History.
Racism -- Illinois -- Chicago -- History.
Minorities -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Social conditions.
Ethnic neighborhoods -- Illinois -- Chicago -- History.
Marginality, Social -- Illinois -- Chicago -- History.
Environmental justice -- Illinois -- Chicago.
Chicago (Ill.) -- Race relations.
Chicago (Ill.) -- Ethnic relations.
Chicago (Ill.) -- Environmental conditions.