The Black revolt and democratic politics. Edited with an introd. by Sondra Silverman.


Lexington, Mass., Heath [1970] .

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Subjects African Americans -- Civil rights.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1961-
United States -- Race relations.
Description xix, 100 p. 23 cm.
Contents Who has the revolution or thoughts on the second reconstruction, by J.B. Turner and W.M. Young, Jr.--The intellectuals and force and violence, by H. Cruse.--From protest to politics: the future of the civil rights movement, by B. Rustin.--The myths of coalition, by S. Carmichael and C.V. Hamilton.--The Negro in politics, by J.Q. Wilson.--An interracial movement of the poor? By C. Wittman and T. Hayden.--How a minority can change society, by O. Breiman.--An advocate of Black power defines it, by C.V. Hamilton.--Black power: a discussion, by T. Kahn.--Black power: right or left? By J. Hobson.--The Black manifesto, by National Black Economic Development Conference.--Reciprocal bases of national culture and the fight for freedom, by F. Fanon.--Convalescence, by E. Cleaver.--Epilogue: the phenomenon of ghetto life, by S. Silverman.--Suggestions for additional reading (p. 97-100)
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00475173
(OCoLC)475173
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