African Amer Pol Thought

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M.E. Sharpe
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
I Booker T Washington
19
Letter to the Editor Montgomery Advertiser April 301885
21
Atlanta Exposition Address
23
Address at the Unveiling of the Monument to Robert Gould Shaw
27
Open Letter to the Louisiana Constitutional Convention February 191898
30
Letter to WEB Du Bois October 261899
33
Interview Atlanta Constitution November 101899
34
Marxism and the Negro Problem
146
PanAfrica and New Racial Philosophy
152
23 Segregation
155
The Board of Directors on Segregation
157
A Negro Nation within the Nation
159
III Marcus Garvey
167
The Negros Greatest Enemy
169
Letter to Robert Russa Moton February 291916
178

Letter to WEB Du Bois March 111900
38
Letter to the Editor of the Montgomery Advertiser September 231901
39
Letter to Theodore Roosevelt October 161901
40
The Negro and the Signs of Civilization
41
Statement on Suffrage Philadelphia North American
43
Statement Before the Washington Conference on the Race Problem in the United States
45
Speech to the National AfroAmerican Council
47
Letter to WEB Du Bois January 271904
51
A Protest against Lynching
52
The Negro and the Labor Problem of the South
53
Letter to President Theodore Roosevelt December 261904
58
The Negro in the North Are His Advantages as Great as in the South
60
Letter to William Howard Taft June 41908
64
A Statement on Lynching
66
Letter to the Editor Montgomery Advertiser December 301910
68
Letter to C Elias Winston October 21914
71
Speech to the National Negro Business League August 181915
73
My View of Segregation Laws
78
II WEB Du Bois
83
Letter to Booker T Washington September 241895
85
Letter to Booker T Washington February 171900
91
The Evolution of Negro Leadership
92
The Parting of the Ways
95
Letter to Oswald Garrison Villard March 241905
98
Declaration of Principles
102
Two Editorials The Crisis and Agitation
106
A Philosophy for 1913
108
The Immediate Program of the American Negro
109
Booker T Washington and An Open Letter to Robert Russa Moton
113
Close Ranks
116
White Coworkers
118
Marcus Garvey
121
A Lunatic or a Traitor
129
The Tragedy of Jim Crow
131
The New Crisis
136
Race Relations in the United States
139
Economic Disfranchisement
145
West Indies in the Mirror of Truth
184
Editorials in Negro World Advice of the Negro to Peace Conference and Race Discrimination Must Go
187
George Cross Van Dusen to J Edgar Hoover March 191921
190
Address to the New York City Division of the UNI A January 261919
195
Address to UNIA Supporters in Philadelphia October 211919
199
Declaration of the Rights of the Negro Peoples of the World
208
Editorial Letter in Negro World September 111920
215
Address to the Second UNIA Convention New York August 311921
218
Motive of the NAACP Exposed
224
The Wonders of the White Man in Building America
229
What We Believe
234
Two Editorial Letters from New Orleans December 101927
238
IV A Philip Randolph
243
The Negro in Politics
245
Lynching Capitalism Its Cause Socialism Its Cure
253
New Leadership for the Negro
259
The Crisis of the Crisis
261
Two Editorials Racial Equality and The Failure of the Negro Church
266
The Negro Radicals
269
The New NegroWhat Is He?
272
Garvey Unfairly Attacked
275
Marcus Garvey
276
Reply to Marcus Garvey
278
The State of the Race
286
Segregation in the Public Schools A Promise or a Menace
291
Jim Crow Niggers
298
Negroes and the Labor Movement
300
The Negro and Economic Radicalism
301
The New Pullman Porter
306
The Negro Faces the Future
309
The Need of a Labor Background
317
Hating All White People
318
Negro Congressmen
320
Consumers Cooperation
322
The Economic Crisis of the Negro
323
Index
333
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