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The Resource Saviors or sellouts : the promise and peril of Black Conservatism, from Booker T. Washington to Condoleezza Rice, Christopher Alan Bracey, (electronic resource)

Saviors or sellouts : the promise and peril of Black Conservatism, from Booker T. Washington to Condoleezza Rice, Christopher Alan Bracey, (electronic resource)

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Saviors or sellouts : the promise and peril of Black Conservatism, from Booker T. Washington to Condoleezza Rice
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Saviors or sellouts
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the promise and peril of Black Conservatism, from Booker T. Washington to Condoleezza Rice
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Christopher Alan Bracey
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eng
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MiAaPQ
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index present
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non fiction
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Saviors or sellouts : the promise and peril of Black Conservatism, from Booker T. Washington to Condoleezza Rice, Christopher Alan Bracey, (electronic resource)
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Saviors or sellouts : the promise and peril of Black Conservatism, from Booker T. Washington to Condoleezza Rice, Christopher Alan Bracey, (electronic resource)
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 204-210) and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
Facing reality : Black conservatism's growing appeal and why it matters -- The origins of Black conservative thought : Evangelicals, entrepreneurs, and Booker T. Washington -- The dawn of the twentieth century : Black conservatism's peak and W.E.B. DuBois's dramatic assault against it -- Shades of conservatism : the interwar years, from the Harlem renaissance to Mary McLeod Bethune and Marcus Garvey -- The agonistic voice of mid-century Black conservatism : the strange career of George Samuel Schuyler -- Black conservatism in the civil rights era : why the Nation of Islam, Elijah Muhammad, Malcolm X, and Stokely Carmichael's Black power movement are part of the Black conservative tradition -- The reformation of Black conservatism : Black neoconservatives, their White counterparts, and how they differ from traditional Black conservatives -- The rising tide of Black neoconservative intellectualism : the blame game, "self-help," Shelby Steele, and John McWhorter -- The public face of Black conservatism : revealing the philosophies of Clarence Thomas, Colin Powell, and Condoleezza Rice -- The influence of infotainment : how Bill Cosby, Chris Rock, pundits, and bloggers lend popular credibility to Black conservative ideas -- The significance of Black conservative thought in modern American life
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xxiii, 223 p.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2015. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
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