Black Visions: The Roots of Contemporary African-American Political Ideologies
Michael C. Dawson, John D MacArthur Distinguished Service Professor of Political Science and the College Michael C Dawson
University of Chicago Press, 2001 - 410 страници
This stunning book represents the most comprehensive analysis to date of the complex relationships between black political thought and black political identity and behavior. Ranging from Frederick Douglass to rap artist Ice Cube, Michael C. Dawson brilliantly illuminates the history and current role of black political thought in shaping political debate in America.
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The Contours of Black Political Thought
2 Black Ideologies and Black Public Opinion
Black Nationalism and AfricanAmerican Political Thought
Identity and Black Feminist Ideology
Black Marxism and Black Liberation
6 A Vision of Freedom Larger Than America Is Prepared to Accept? The Diverse Shades of Black Liberalism
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