African American Political Thought

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Taylor & Francis, Apr 24, 2003 - Political Science - 2112 pages
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This new collection of articles provides comprehensive coverage of major and minor figures in the history of African American politics, from Colonial America to the present. Organized around pivotal conflicts and debates, this six-volume set includes a vast array of original articles, speeches, statements, and documents from African American thinkers such as Frederick Douglass, W.E.B. Dubois, Langston Hughes, Martin Luther King, Roy Wilkins, Malcolm X, Angela Davis, Booker T. Washington, Elijah Muhammed, Jesse Jackson, and may more.
 

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Contents

Statement on Segregation and Racism
10
A Negro View
31
We Must Have Justice
48
Trip to Mecca
66
White Liberals and the Black Revolution
87
What Do The Muslims Want?
111
Whitney Young
126
Speech to AfroAmerican Broadcast
139
Towards the United Front
303
Speech to Congress on African Peoples
310
Speech to Congress on African Peoples
324
From Black Power to PanAfricanism
337
Angela Davis
345
Raising Consciousness
351
The Angry World
360
Integration the Only
367

Black Power
161
Toward Black Liberation
177
Its Need and Substance
190
Black Power Defined
213
The Present Dilemma of the Negro
235
A Case for Separation
255
The Politics of Race Relations
273
The Psychology of a Minority Group with Implications
287
Truth Lies and Consequences
381
The Special Perspective
405
Free at Last? A Personal Perspective on Race
423
The Colonializing Impact of Public Service Bureaucracies
433
Race Matters
443
Sources
453
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