Radicals and conservatives, and other essays on the Negro in America.


New York, Schocken Books [1968] .

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Standard Title Race adjustment
Subjects African Americans.
Series Sourcebooks in Negro history.
Description 320 p. 21 cm.
Notes First published in 1908 under title: Race adjustment; reprinted in 1968 with an introd. by Philip Rieff.
Contents Radicals and conservatives.--As to the leopard's spots.--An appeal to reason on the race problem.--The Negro's part in the Negro problem.--Social equality.--The city Negro.--Religion as a solvent of the race problem.--Plea of the oppressed.--The land of Goshen.--Surplus Negro women.--Rise of the professional class.--Eminent Negroes.--What Walt Whitman means to the Negro.--Frederick Douglass.--Jefferson and the Negro.--The artistic gifts of the Negro.--The early struggle for education.--A brief for the higher education of the Negro.--Roosevelt and the Negro.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00435746
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