Race, Reform and Rebellion: The Second Reconstruction in Black America, 1945–1982

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Macmillan International Higher Education, Nov 22, 1984 - African Americans - 249 pages
This study traces the divergent elements for political, social and moral reform in non-white America during the period 1945-1990, and analyses the vision of multi-racial democracy and social transformation.
 

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Contents

THE COLD WAR IN BLACK AMERICA 19451954
17
THE DEMAND FOR REFORM 19541960
42
WE SHALL OVERCOME 19601965
66
BLACK POWER 19651970
95
ZENITH AND DECLINE
128
THE DEMISE OF THE SECOND
168
THE VISION AND THE POWER
200
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