Liberating visions: human fulfillment and social justice in African-American thought

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Fortress Press, 1990 - Biography & Autobiography - 174 pages
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'This book not only introduces a new voice in African-American scholarship. It also sets forth the basic elements for significant interdisciplinary dialogue among moral-development theorists, Christian social ethicists, and moral philosophers.' - from praise from Peter J. Paris, Homrighausen Professor of Christian Social Ethics, Princeton Theological Seminary

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Booker T Washington and the Adaptive Person
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W E B DuBois and the Strenuous Person
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