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A revealing comparison of the struggles for black liberation in the U.S. and South Africa, Black Liberation brings to life a century of struggle against oppression. This companion volume to the award-winning White Supremacy shows how blacks of both nations looked across the Atlantic for hope and inspiration.
"A superb sequel to his comparison of the two countries in White Supremacy, Fredrickson's Black Liberation compres the black responses to white oppression with equal brilliance."
--C. Vann Woodward
|1||"Palladium of the People's Liberties": The Suffrage Question and the Origins of Black Protest||14|
|2||"Ethiopia Shall Stretch Forth Her Hands": Black Christianity and the Politics of Liberation||57|
|3||Protest of "The Talented Tenth": Black Elites and the Rise of Segregation||94|
|4||"Africa for the Africans": Pan-Africanism and Black Populism, 1918-1930||137|
|5||"Self-Determination for Negroes": Communists and Black Freedom Struggles, 1928-1948||179|
|6||"We Shall Not Be Moved": Nonviolent Resistance to White Supremacy, 1940-1965||225|
|7||"Black Man You Are on Your Own": Black Power and Black Consciousness||277|