Chan, Sucheng

Income and Status Differences Between White and Minority Americans; Persistent Inequality
1990 0-88946-635-1
Twelve studies that document the economic and social gaps that still exist between the white majority and racial minorities in the United States.

Social and Gender Boundaries in the United States. Studies of Asian, Black, Mexican, and Native Americans
1989 0-88946-631-9
While race, ethnicity, gender, and class have traditionally been the most important axes along which hierarchical relationships have been defined in American society, recent years have seen an examination of the "intersection" of race and class, or of ethnicity and class, so that some joint combination determines the relative positions of given individuals as well as of groups.