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Colleagues, I'm researching the alleged dangers posed to middle and upper class American white children/youth during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries from those viewed as "racial outsiders" (this includes European immigrants as well as Blacks, Asians and Latinos). I'm particularly interested in to what extent the children of these groups were seen as sources of moral or cultural "corruption." Any suggestions for primary or secondary sources on this? Feel free to write me directly. Many thanks! JOJ Joseph O. Jewell Associate Professor Humanities Texas Board of Directors, 2012-14 Texas A&M University MS 4351 College Station, TX 77843-4351 firstname.lastname@example.org Joseph O. Jewell is the author of Race, Social Reform and the Making of a Middle Class: The American Missionary Association and Black Atlanta, 1870-1900 (Rowman & Littlefield, 2007).