Rayford W. Logan and the Dilemma of the African American Intellectual
A biography of the civil rights campaigner, based on his own work, letters, diaries and autobiography, and including analyses of his career, intellectual development and personality.
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RAYFORD W. LOGAN AND THE DILEMMA OF THE AFRICAN-AMERICAN INTELLECTUALUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Scrupulously fair and intellectually astute, Janken's (African-American Studies/Univ. of North Carolina) portrait of a lesser-known member of the black scholarly elite in the mid-20th century provides ... Read full review
This is an insightful, easy and interesting read into a life that is nothing less than a ball of confusion, internal strife struggle and torment.
MR WILSONS WAR AND MR LOGANS WAR 19171924
PROFESSOR AND POLITICIAN 19251932
BAD NEGRO WITH A PHD 19321940
THE WHITE MANS DISTRESS IS THE BLACK MANS GAIN 19401945
WHAT THE NEGRO WANTS AND THE SILENT SOUTH 19411944
THE POSTWAR WORLD AFRICA AND THE UNITED NATIONS 19451960
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