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Herbert Aptheker on race and democracy : a reader

Print Book, English, 2006
Univ. of Illinois Press, Urbana, Ill., 2006
History
XXIII, 270 Seiten
9780252030291, 025203029X
254892921
Foreword
Bettina Aptheker
vii
Preface
Eric Foner and Manning Marable
ix
Introduction: A Biographical Sketch
Herbert Shapiro
xi
An Appreciation
Clayborne Carson
xix
1. Negro History: Its Lessons for Our Time
1
2. Maroons within the Present Limits of the United States
18
3. The Negro in the Abolitionist Movement
32
4. Militant Abolitionism
57
5. Class Conflicts in the South-1850-60
97
6. Notes from Negro History: The Struggle within the Ranks
112
7. The Negro Woman
121
8. The American Civil War: A Centenary Article
128
9. Black-White Unity: A Basic Theme and Need in United States History
144
10. Mississippi Reconstruction and the Negro Leader, Charles Caldwell151
11. Literacy: The Negro and World War II173
12. The Negro People in America: A Critique of Gunnar Myrdal's "An American Dilemma"184
13. Introduction to "The Suppression of the African Slave Trade"198
14. Personal Reflections on W.E.B. Du Bois: The Person, Scholar, and Activist��Herbert and Fay Aptheker210
Epilogue: The Historical Scholarship of Herbert ApthekerEric Foner, Jesse Lemisch, and Manning Marable246
Sources259
Index261
Includes index