Black history; a reappraisal, edited with commentary by Melvin Drimmer.

[1st ed.].. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1968.

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Other Authors Drimmer, Melvin.
Subjects African Americans -- History.
African Americans.
Escravidão -- Estados Unidos.
Negros -- Estados Unidos.
Negros -- Historia.
Noirs américains -- Histoire.
Racismo -- Estados Unidos.
Description xx, 553 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date 1968.
Notes Essays which present the Negro's role in American history, each prefaced by an analysis of the historical events surrounding the period it covers.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 531-538).
Contents Of our spiritual strivings / W.E.B. Du Bois -- African history / Philip D. Curtin -- Kingdoms of the old Sudan / Basil Davidson -- The Negro in the Americas / Frank Tannenbaum -- Slavery and the genesis of American race prejudice / Carl Degler -- Was slavery dying before the cotton gin? / Melvin Drimmer -- Slavery and the founding fathers / Straughton Lynd -- Evacuation with the British / Benjamin Quarles -- The historian and southern Negro slavery / Kenneth M. Stampp -- Motherhood in bondage / E. Franklin Frazier -- The black abolitionists / Leon Litwack -- The causes of the Civil War : a note on historical sentimentalism / Arthur M. Schlesinger -- The Negro : innately inferior or equal? / James M. McPherson -- Even the slave becomes a man ... / Dudley T. Cornish -- Reconstruction and its benefits / W.E.B. Du Bois -- The political legacy of reconstruction / C. Vann Woodward -- The South's new leaders / John H. Franklin -- Capitalism to racism / C. Vann Woodward -- Booker T. Washington : an interpretation / August Meier -- W.E.B. Du Bois : entente with white liberals, 1910-1920 / Franklin L. Broderick -- Come out from among them : Negro migration and settlement, 1890-1914 / Gilbert Osofsky -- Marcus Garvey : One aim! One God! One destiny! / E. David Cronon -- The background of the Negro renaissance / Robert A. Bone -- The school segregation cases / Anthony Lewis -- On the role of Martin Luther King / A. Meier -- The black Muslims as a protest movement / C. Eric Lincoln -- The pilgrimage of Malcolm X / I.F. Stone -- Du Bois : a contemporary assessment / Harold R. Isaacs -- Notes on Negro American influences in the emergence of African nationalism / George Shepperson -- Why Negroes are still angry / Victor H. Bernstein.
Genre History.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)423937
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