A Documentary History of the Negro People in the United States: 1933-1945

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Citadel Press, Dec 1, 1974 - Fiction - 607 pages
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Contemporary writings illuminating the struggles and achievements of African Americans since the seventeenth century are presented with brief historical notes

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A documentary history of the Negro people in the United States

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More than 50 years ago, back when the prevailing postulate was that the Negro had no real history, historian and author Aptheker began trudging among the pioneers, tracking, gathering, and assembling ... Read full review

Contents

The American Negro Movement 1933
10
A Request of F D R 1933
22
The Struggle for the Leninist Position on the Negro
32
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Herbert Aptheker was a professor of history at the University of Massachusetts. His works include American Negro Slave Revolts, Abolitionism: A Revolutionary Movement, and The Correspondence of W. E. B. Du Bois.