Struggle for Freedom: A History of African Americans, Concise Edition, Volume II / Edition 1

Struggle for Freedom: A History of African Americans, Concise Edition, Volume II / Edition 1

by Clayborne Carson, Gary B. Nash, Emma J. Lapsansky-Werner
     
 

ISBN-10: 0321355741

ISBN-13: 9780321355744

Pub. Date: 07/04/2006

Publisher: Longman

The Struggle for Freedom, a narrative of the black experience in America, uses a distinctive biographical approach to guide the story and animate the history.

In each chapter, individual African Americans are the pivot points on which historical changes of the era turn. Life stories capture the rush of events that envelop individuals and illuminate the momentous

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The Struggle for Freedom, a narrative of the black experience in America, uses a distinctive biographical approach to guide the story and animate the history.

In each chapter, individual African Americans are the pivot points on which historical changes of the era turn. Life stories capture the rush of events that envelop individuals and illuminate the momentous decisions that, collectively, frame the American past and present.

Inasmuch as that history is grounded in struggle—in the consistent and insistent call to the United States to deliver on the constitutional promises made to all its citizens—this book is also an American history text, weaving into the narrative the milestones of mainstream American history, economy, politics, arts and letters.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780321355744
Publisher:
Longman
Publication date:
07/04/2006
Series:
Penguin Academics Series
Edition description:
Concise
Pages:
384
Product dimensions:
6.14(w) x 8.91(h) x 0.60(d)

Table of Contents

Preface

Meet the Authors

Chapter 11 Post Civil War Reconstruction: A New National Era

Chapter 12 The Post-Reconstruction South

Chapter 13 “Colored” Becomes “Negro” in the Progressive Era

Chapter 14 The Making of a “New Negro”: World War I to the Great Depression

Chapter 15 The New Politics of the Great Depression

Chapter 16 Fighting Fascism Abroad and Racism at Home

Chapter 17 Emergence of a Mass Movement Against Jim Crow

Chapter 18 Marching Toward Freedom, 1960—1966

Chapter 19 Resistance, Repression, and Retrenchment, 1967—1978

Chapter 20 The Search for New Directions During a Conservative Era, 1979—1991

Chapter 21 Continuing Struggles Over Identity and Destiny, 1992—Present

Appendix

Credits

Index

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