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Author Meier, August, 1923-2003
Title Negro thought in America, 1880-1915 : racial ideologies in the age of Booker T. Washington / by August Meier
Imprint Ann Arbor, MI : University of Michigan Press, 1966
©1963
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 Euro-Am Studies Lib  973 W2763me 1966    AVAILABLE    30500100081358
Edition 1st ed. as an Ann Arbor pbk
Descript x, 336 pages ; 21 cm
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Series Ann Arbor paperbacks ; AA118
Ann Arbor paperbacks ; AA118
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
The heritage of reconstruction -- Ideologies in transition: from the compromise of 1877 to the compromise of 1895 -- Changing attitudes toward political activity -- Economics, self-help, and racial solidarity -- Migration and colonization -- Protest and accommodation -- The significance of Booker T. Washington -- The rise of industrial education in Negro schools -- Booker T. Washington: an interpretation -- The institutionalization of self-help and racial solidarity, 1880-1915 -- Agencies of propaganda, protest, and social welfare -- The development of Negro business and the rise of a Negro middle class -- The divided mind of the Negro, 1895-1915 -- "Radicals and conservatives" -- The paradox of W.E.B. Du Bois -- Booker T. Washington and the "talented tenth" -- Booker T. Washington and the politicians -- The social and intellectual origins of the new Negro
This book provides an analysis of the ideas of Booker T. Washington, Frederick Douglass, W.E.B. DuBois, and other black leaders from the turn of the century
Subject Washington, Booker T., 1856-1915
African Americans -- Intellectual life -- 19th century
African Americans -- Intellectual life -- 20th century
African Americans -- History -- 1877-1964
United States -- Intellectual life -- 1865-1918
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