The Ideological Origins of Black Nationalism.
Antholgy of 19th century writings on Black nationalism. Includes the full text of The Ethiopian Manifesto by Robert Alexander Young; Walker’s Appeal by David Walker; Address to the Slaves by Henry Highland Garnet; The 1859 Boston Speech by Garnet; and The Political Destiny of the Colored Race by Martin R. Delany. The Appendix includes the minutes of the Albany Convention of 1840 and three letters by William Whipper opposing Black separatism.
Description: The Ideological Origins of Black Nationalism.
Boston: Beacon Press, (1972). First Printing. , 265 pages. Sm. 8vo. Publisher’s quarter brown textured paper and terra cotta paper-covered boards. Fine in a Very Good dust jacket.