TitleThe Black man in America since Reconstruction / edited by David M. Reimers.
PublishedNew York : Crowell, c1970.
Descriptionx, 291 p. ; 21 cm.
Bib. NoteIncludes bibliographies.
Formatted NoteContents: Capitulation to racism, by C. V. Woodward.--Legal disfranchisement of the Negro, by J. H. Franklin.--The Negro on the plantation, by H. Powdermaker.--Southern paternalism toward Negroes after emancipation, by G. G. Johnson.--Booker T. Washington: an interpretation, by A. Meier.--The National Afro-American League, 1887-1908, by E. L. Thornbrough.--The overture to protest: beginnings of the Du Bois-Washington controversy, by E. Rudwick.--Alfred Sam and an African return: a case study in Negro despair, by G. Geis and W. Bittle.--From the Kerner Commission Report.--The forgotten years of the Negro Revolution, by R. Dalfiume.--Negro protest movements and organizations, by A. Meier.--Political nationalism: the Garvey Movement, by C. E. Lincoln.--Registered with Allah, by A. Bontemps and J. Conroy.
SubjectsAfrican Americans -- History -- 1877-1964.
Other AuthorsReimers, David M.
LC Card Number74-117435
Call Number/Copies 
 WRHS Research Library: E 185.6 R363
mq239954: LC class, closed stacks [status: NON-CIRCULATING]
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