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Booker T Washington The Wizard Of Tuskegee 1901 1915

Author : Louis R. Harlan
ISBN : 9780195042290
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A chronicle of Washington's last fifteen years reviews his accomplishments and explains how he gained strong political influence

Booker T Washington

Author : Louis R. Harlan
ISBN : MINN:31951001019079F
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A chronicle of Washington's last fifteen years reviews his accomplishments and explains how he gained strong political influence

Booker T Washington

Author : Louis R. Harlan
ISBN : MINN:31951001019079F
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A chronicle of Washington's last fifteen years reviews his accomplishments and explains how he gained strong political influence

Booker T Washington

Author : Louis R. Harlan
ISBN : MINN:31951001019079F
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A chronicle of Washington's last fifteen years reviews his accomplishments and explains how he gained strong political influence

The Fruits Of Integration

Author : Charles T. Banner-Haley
ISBN : 1617031135
Genre : Social Science
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In late twentieth-century America, the black middle class has occupied a unique position. It greatly influenced the way African Americans were perceived and presented to the greater society, and it set roles and guidelines for the nation's black masses. Though historically a small group, it has attempted to be a model for inspiration and uplift. As a key force in the "Africanizing" of American culture, the black middle class has been both a shaper and a mirror during the past three decades. This study of that era shows that the fruits of integration have been at once sweet and bitter. This history of a pivotal group in American society will cause reflection, discussion, and debate.

Reforming America A Thematic Encyclopedia And Document Collection Of The Progressive Era 2 Volumes

Author : Jeffrey A. Johnson
ISBN : 9781440837210
Genre : History
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Presenting a detailed look at the individuals, themes, and moments that shaped this important Progressive Era in American history, this valuable reference spans 25 years of reform and provides multidisciplinary insights into the period. • Offers more than 200 entries on the most significant people, places, themes, and moments of the era in one collected two-volume work • Presents authoritative information by scholars and specialists in the period • Enables readers to gain a sense of the times through an understanding of the problems, viewpoints, and approaches that dominated the day

Making Whiteness

Author : Grace Elizabeth Hale
ISBN : 9780307487933
Genre : History
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Making Whiteness is a profoundly important work that explains how and why whiteness came to be such a crucial, embattled--and distorting--component of twentieth-century American identity. In intricately textured detail and with passionately mastered analysis, Grace Elizabeth Hale shows how, when faced with the active citizenship of their ex-slaves after the Civil War, white southerners re-established their dominance through a cultural system based on violence and physical separation. And in a bold and transformative analysis of the meaning of segregation for the nation as a whole, she explains how white southerners' creation of modern "whiteness" was, beginning in the 1920s, taken up by the rest of the nation as a way of enforcing a new social hierarchy while at the same time creating the illusion of a national, egalitarian, consumerist democracy. By showing the very recent historical "making" of contemporary American whiteness and by examining how the culture of segregation, in all its murderous contradictions, was lived, Hale makes it possible to imagine a future outside it. Her vision holds out the difficult promise of a truly democratic American identity whose possibilities are no longer limited and disfigured by race. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Creating Tropical Yankees

Author : Jose-Manuel Navarro
ISBN : 9781317795070
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First published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

The Art Of The Possible

Author : Kevern J. Verney
ISBN : 9781136541636
Genre : History
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The Art of The Possible is a new study of the ideas and achievements of Booker T. Washington, the most influential African American leader of the period 1881-1915.

In Search Of The Republican Party

Author : Cleo E. Brown
ISBN : 9781469193205
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Although Slavery in The United States ended with the end of The Civil War, a new type of bondage developed to reinforce the old status quo and the caste order. Consequently, freedom did not truly occur in The United States until after the work of Civil Rights Activist, DR. Martin Luther King Jr., had been fi rmly entrenched with-in the society. Reinforcing the values of The Civil Rights Movement was the election to The Presidency of Barak Obama. The irony of the Barak Obama win, however, is that Barak Obama is a Democrat. For from 1848 to the present day The Republican Party has been the political home of most prominent minorities in The United States. The values of The Civil Rights Movement have always been the values of The Republican Party. The biographies, therefore, within In Search of The Republican Party, are an attempt to recreate the role of The Republican Party in securing Freedom, Liberty, Human Rights, and Constitutional Guarantees for the minorities.

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