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Cedric Robinson traces the emergence of Black political cultures in the United States from slave resistances in the 16th and 17th centuries to the civil rights movements of the present. Drawing on the historical record, he argues that Blacks have constructed both a culture of resistance and a culture of accommodation based on the radically different experiences of slaves and free Blacks.
|Ch. 1||The Coming to America||1|
|Ch. 2||Slavery and the Constitutions||21|
|Ch. 3||Free Blacks and Resistance||45|
|Ch. 4||The Civil War and Its Aftermath||67|
|Ch. 5||The Nadir and Its Aftermath||95|
|Ch. 6||The Search for Higher Ground||123|