Table of contents for Popular culture in the age of white flight : popular culture in the age of white flight : fear and fantasy in suburban Los Angeles / Eric Avila.


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Contents
List of Illustrations	000
Preface	000
Acknowledgments	000
1. Chocolate Cities and Vanilla Suburbs:
Race, Space, and the New "New Mass Culture" of Postwar America	000
2. The Nation's "White Spot":
Racializing Postwar Los Angeles	000
3. The Spectacle of Urban Blight:
Hollywood's Rendition of a Black Los Angeles	000
4. "A Rage for Order":
Disneyland and the Suburban Ideal	000
5. Suburbanizing the City Center:
The Dodgers Move West	000
6. The Sutured City:
Tales of Progress and Disaster in the Freeway Metropolis	000
Epilogue. The 1960s and Beyond	000
Notes	000
Bibliography	000
Index	000
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Los Angeles (Calif, ) Civilization 20th century, Popular culture California Los Angeles History 20th century, Los Angeles (Calif, ) Social conditions 20th century, Public spaces California Los Angeles History 20th century, Los Angeles (Calif, ) Race relations, Whites Race identity California Los Angeles, Suburban life California Los Angeles History 20th century, Migration, Internal California Los Angeles Region History 20th century, African Americans California Los Angeles Social conditions 20th century, City and town life California Los Angeles History 20th century