The Black man in America : integration and separation, edited by James A. Moss with a pref. by Paul Kurtz.


[New York, Dell Pub. Co., c1971.

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Subjects United States -- Race relations.
Description xxiv, 165 p. ; 22 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction, by J. A. Moss.--Power and powerlessness: Black and white on Black and white, by J. and C. Margolis. The ethics of power in the Black revolution, by N. Wright, Jr. Is America a civilized nation? By W. M. Young, Jr.--Integration: The future of integration, by M. L. King, Jr. The Negro and American values, a conversation between J. Farmer and A. D. Black. A new vision, a better tomorrow, by J. Bond. Rebuilding the cities, by C. B. Stokes. Where is the Negro movement now? A conversation with B. Rustin, and others.--Separation and the Black revolution: Tears for the pigs, by E. Cleaver. Black politics, by D. Gregory. The Black lawyer, by R. L. Carter. In defense of Black studies, by J. A. Moss. American liberalism, source of Negro radicalism, by H. Zinn. Pan-African activism in the 20th century, by A. F. Holloway. The Black revolution: a primer for white liberals, by C. V. Hamilton.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00143057
(OCoLC)143057
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