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From the Publisher"A most useful grounding for those interested in gaining a foundation for the study of black nationalism. The selection of sources is judicious and economical—yet, fully adequate to 'tell the story.' Moses's introduction is masterful; rather than being driven by any specific ideological predisposition, his interpretive voice is clearly rendered, yet fair.”
-William L. Van Deburg,author of New Day in Babylon: The Black Power Movement and American Culture, 1965-1975
"This work fills a large void in the scholarship on black nationalism; Moses' work is based on a wide reading and its introduction demonstrates a sophisticated understanding of the issues involved.”
-Vernon J. Williams,author of Rethinking Racism and From a Caste to a Minority
"Wilson Moses' Classical Black Nationalism with spare and economical brushstrokes, delimits the phenomenon to the quest for national self-determination or autonomy for blacks. Classical Black Nationalism represents the distilled knowledge of many years of sustained research into the intellectual foundations of what is the lengthiest tradition of dissent in American history."
-Robert A. Hill,editor of the Marcus Garvey and Universal Negro Improvement Association Papers