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Roots of rebellion / the evolution of Black politics and protest since World War II / edited by Richard P. Young.


New York : Harper and Row, [1970] .
ISBN 9780060473440, 0060473444

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Subjects African Americans -- Civil rights.
African Americans -- Politics and government.
Minderheitenpolitik.
Race relations.
Rassenfrage.
Schwarze.
USA.
United States -- Race relations.
United States.
Description xii, 482 pages ; 21 cm
Copyright Date [1970]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 479-482).
Contents Part 1, White America's response to racism: America at the crossroads, by G. Myrdal.-The American Negro problem in the context of social change, by A.M. Rose.-Part 2, The reality of the ghetto: Occupation and income, by L. Broom and N. Glenn.-The social dynamics of the ghetto, by K.B. Clark.-Part 3, The development of Black pride: The channeling of Negro aggression by the cultural process, by H. Powdermaker.-Youth and social action; perspectives on the student sit-in movement, by J.R. Fishman and F. Solomon.-The political socialization of the American Negro, by D. Marvick.-What the McCone Commission didn't see, by F.J. Hacker and A. Harmetz.-Part 4, The Negro revolution; politics: Serving two masters, by E.F. Frazier.-Negroes in city politics, by E.C. Banfield and J.Q. Wilson.-The making of the Negro mayors 1967, by J.K. Hadden, L.H. Masotti, and V. Thiessen.-The myths of coalition, by S. Carmichael and C.V. Hamilton.-Part 5, The Negro revolution; protest: The character of Negro civic action, by J.Q. Wilson.-The Civil rights movement: momentum and organization, by K.B. Clark.-Soul power, by A. Kopkind.-The revolt of the urban ghettos, 1964-1967, by J. Boskin.-Part 6, The evolving ideology of the Black revolution: Letter from Birmingham jail, by M.L. King, Jr.-Message to the grass roots, by Malcolm X.-Prospects for freedom in 1965, by Malcolm X.-Huey Newton talks to the movement.-The second Civil War, by C. Mann, M. Mitchell, R. Jayson, and H. Quintana.-Part 7, The future of the Black revolution: The last days of the American Empire (including some instructions for Black people), by L. Jones.-The future of the cities, National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders.-America's race paradox; the gap between social progress and political despair, by N. Glazer.-The Negro revolution; possible or impossible? By L.M. Killian.-Bibliography (pages [479]-482).
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)94904
(OCoLC)ocm00094904
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WorldCat Identities Young, Richard P.
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