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Along the color line, explorations in the Black experience : [essays] /
August Meier and Elliott Rudwick.
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Urbana : University of Illinois Press, c1976.
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xvi, 404 p. ; 24 cm. --
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0252006364
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Urbana : University of Illinois Press, c1976.
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0252006364
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3335098
 
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Meier and Rudwick's intellectual passion, professional integrity, and almost manic involvement in virtually every aspect of their academic specialty were of inestimable value to the coming of age of African American history. -- from the foreword
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Along the Color Line is a diverse collection of essays by two of the most accomplished historians of the modern African American experience, first published more than a quarter of a century ago. This informed study addresses such topics as black na
Main Description
Along the Color Lineis a diverse collection of essays by two of the most accomplished historians of the modern African American experience, first published more than a quarter of a century ago. This informed study addresses such topics as black na
Table of Contents
Foreword
Preface
On Afro-American Leadership: From Frederick Douglass to Martin Luther Kingp. 1
Frederick Douglass's Vision for America: A Case Study in Nineteenth-Century Negro Protestp. 4
W. E. B. Du Bois as Sociologistp. 28
Booker T. Washington and the Negro Pressp. 56
Booker T. Washington and the Rise of the NAACPp. 75
The Rise of the Black Secretariat in the NAACP, 1909-35p. 94
Attorneys Black and White: A Case Study of Race Relations within the NAACPp. 128
On the Role of Martin Luther Kingp. 174
On Black Nationalism and Black Powerp. 187
The Emergence of Negro Nationalism: A Study in Ideologiesp. 189
Booker T. Washington and the Town of Mound Bayoup. 217
Black Violence in the Twentieth Century: A Study in Rhetoric and Retaliationp. 224
Integration vs. Separatism: The NAACP and CORE Face Challenge from Withinp. 238
On the History of Nonviolent Direct Actionp. 265
The Boycott Movement against Jim Crow Streetcars in the South, 1900-1906p. 267
Early Boycotts of Segregated Schools: The Case of Springfield, Ohio, 1922-23p. 290
The Origins of Nonviolent Direct Action in Afro-American Protest: A Note on Historical Discontinuitiesp. 307
Indexp. 405
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