Welcome to Schuyler’s Economic Allegory: Black No More and the Labor Market. This website is dedicated to unpacking the economic foundation in George Schuyler’s 1931 novel, Black No More. With this project, we intend to synthesize for the first time Schuyler’s depictions with period data and historic economic analysis. Start reading to follow the novel’s specific economic assumptions, corresponding analysis and the modern day parallels.
As Dr. Crookman’s Black No More Company begins to eliminate the superficial race problem, the narrator interjects the story elucidating his audience the importance of cheap, unorganized labor in corporate America. “It suddenly dawned on upon Matthew Fisher that this Black No More treatment was more of a menace to white business than to white … More Assumption 1