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Title Black political life in the United States : a fist as the pendulum / edited by Lenneal J. Henderson, Jr
Imprint San Francisco : Chandler Pub. Co., c1972
book jacket
 Euro-Am Studies Lib  323.1196073 H383    AVAILABLE    30500100147787
Descript xiv, 273 p. ; 22.5 cm
Series Chandler publications in political science
Note Introduction, by N. Hare.--What is Black politics? A frame of reference for Black politics, by M. H. Jones. The Black man's role in American politics, by M. Dymally.--The history of Black politics. Up from slavery: from Reconstruction to the sixties, by C. Stone. The progressive parties and the Negro, by H. Walton, Jr. Minority politics in Black Belt Alabama, by C. V. Hamilton. The crisis of the Republic: reflections on race and politics, by M. Holden, Jr.--Problems and aspects of Black politics. The Negro vote: ceteris paribus, by C. Stone. The Negro elected official in the changing American scene, by K. B. Clark. Negro interest group strategies, by H. A. Bailey, Jr. The American crucible: Black identity and the search for national autonomy, by J. D. G. Davis.--Black politics and the Kerner Report: concerns and direction, by J. L. Prestage. Black administrators and higher education, by R. Johnson. Blacks and conservative political movements, by H. Walton, Jr.--The future of Black politics. Measuring Black political power, by C. Stone. Black political life in America: a bibliographical essay, by L. J. Henderson, Jr. (p. 253-269.)
Includes index
Subject Afro-Americans -- Politics and government
Alt Author Henderson, Lenneal J., ed
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