Black Leaders of the Twentieth Century
John Hope Franklin, August Meier
University of Illinois Press, 1982 - Biography & Autobiography - 372 pages
Recounts the accomplishments of fifteen Black American men and women, including Martin Luther King, Mary McLeod Bethune, Adam Clayton Powell, and Booker T. Washington.
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BOOKER T WASHINGTON AND THE POLITICS OF ACCOMMODATION
T THOMAS FORTUNE MILITANT EDITOR IN THE AGE OF ACCOMMODATION
THE LONELY WARRIOR IDA B WELLSBARNETT AND THE STRUGGLE FOR BLACK LEADERSHIP
WEB DU BOIS PROTAGONIST OF THE AFROAMERICAN PROTEST
JAMES WELDON JOHNSON AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE NAACP
MARCUS GARVEY AND THE POLITICS OF REVITALIZATION
A PHILIP RANDOLPH LABOR LEADER AT LARGE
CHARLES CLINTON SPAULDING MIDDLECLASS LEADERSHIP IN THE AGE OF SEGREGATION
CHARLES HAMILTON HOUSTON SOCIAL ENGINEER FOR CIVIL RIGHTS
MABEL K STAUPERS AND THE INTEGRATION OF BLACK NURSES INTO THE ARMED FORCES
ADAM CLAYTON POWELL JR THE MILITANT AS POLITICIAN
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR AND THE PROMISE OF NONVIOLENT
MALCOLM X WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION
WHITNEY M YOUNG JR COMMITTING THE POWER STRUCTURE TO THE CAUSE OF CIVIL RIGHTS
NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS
MARY MCLEOD BETHUNE AND THE NATIONAL YOUTH ADMINISTRATION A CASE STUDY OF POWER RELATIONSHIPS IN THE BLA...
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