The Resurgence Of Race. Black Social Theory From Reconstruction To The Pan-African Conferences.
A review of African-American intellectual thought on social reform after the end of the Civil War. Leaders such as Booker T. Washington, Paul Laurence Dunbar, W.E.B. DuBois, Alexander Crummell, among others, are reflected upon.
Description: The Resurgence Of Race. Black Social Theory From Reconstruction To The Pan-African Conferences.
Philadelphia: Temple University Press, (1979). 270pp. First Edition. Hardcover, very good in like dust jacket.
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