Black awakening in capitalist America: an analytic history

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Anchor Books, 1970 - History - 305 pages
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Traces the recent history of Negro rebellion and analyzes the most significant political movements

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Profoundly disquieting in all the right ways--- A thought-provoking look at different segments of the black power movement. Good reading for anyone looking to envision a different way of organizing society and the economy, and think through pitfalls a revolutionary movement can fall prey to Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
H The Social Context of Black Power
21
IE Black Nationalism
89
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About the author (1970)

Robert Loring Allen is the late Professor Emeritus, University of Missouri. His career as a professor of international economics and economic history spanned over 45 years. He wrote ten other books during his lifetime, including his most recent two-volume biography of Joseph Schumpeter.