Black Protest in the Sixties

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August Meier, John H. Bracey, Elliott M. Rudwick
M. Wiener Pub., Jan 1, 1991 - Political Science - 375 pages
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A collection of articles from the New York Times in the 1960s, forming a summary of the black protest movement. They take the reader from the earliest legal actions of the NAACP through to the fractionalism of the movement in the late 1960s. This edition contains an expanded introduction.

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AUGUST MEIER is a professor emeritus of history at Kent State University. He is the author of Negro Thought in America, 1880-1915, a coauthor, with Elliott Rudwick, of From Plantation to Ghetto and Black History and the Historical Profession, and a coeditor, with John Hope Franklin, of Black Leaders of the Twentieth Century.

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