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The Resource America's first black socialist : the radical life of Peter H. Clark, Nikki M. Taylor

America's first black socialist : the radical life of Peter H. Clark, Nikki M. Taylor

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America's first black socialist : the radical life of Peter H. Clark
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America's first black socialist
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the radical life of Peter H. Clark
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Nikki M. Taylor
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In pursuit of his foremost goal, full and equal citizenship for African Americans, Peter Humphries Clark (1829--1925) defied easy classification. He was, at various times, the country's first black socialist, a loyal supporter of the Republican Party, and an advocate for the Democrats. A pioneer educational activist, Clark led the fight for African Americans' access to Ohio's public schools and became the first black principal in the state. He supported all-black schools and staunchly defended them even after the tide turned toward desegregation. As a politician, intellectual, educator, and
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individual biography
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America's first black socialist : the radical life of Peter H. Clark, Nikki M. Taylor
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America's first black socialist : the radical life of Peter H. Clark, Nikki M. Taylor
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Front Cover; TItle Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Contents; List of Illustrations; Introduction; Chapter 1. Launching a Life; Chapter 2. Voice of Emigration; Chapter 3. Voice of Purpose; Chapter 4. ""The Silver Tongued Orator of the West""; Chapter 5. Voice of Equality; Chapter 6. Radical Voice; Chapter 7. Voice of Dissent; Chapter 8. Voice of Betrayal; Chapter 9. A Still Voice; Chapter 10. ""A Painted Lie""; Acknowledgments; Notes; Selected Bibliography; Index
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