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The Resource Stirrings in the jug : Black politics in the post-segregation era, Adolph Reed, Jr. ; foreword by Julian Bond

Stirrings in the jug : Black politics in the post-segregation era, Adolph Reed, Jr. ; foreword by Julian Bond

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Stirrings in the jug : Black politics in the post-segregation era
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Stirrings in the jug
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Black politics in the post-segregation era
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Adolph Reed, Jr. ; foreword by Julian Bond
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eng
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index present
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E185.615
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.R39 1999
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non fiction
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Stirrings in the jug : Black politics in the post-segregation era, Adolph Reed, Jr. ; foreword by Julian Bond
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Stirrings in the jug : Black politics in the post-segregation era, Adolph Reed, Jr. ; foreword by Julian Bond
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 225-287) and index
Contents
The jug and its content: a perspective on Black American political development -- The "Black revolution" and the reconstitution of domination -- The black urban regime: structural origins and constraints -- Sources on demobilization in the new Black political regime: incorporation, ideological capitulation, and radical failure in the post-segregation era -- A critique of neoprogressivism in theorizing about local development policy: a case from Atlanta -- The "underclass" as myth and symbol: the poverty of discourse about poverty -- The allure of Malcolm X and the changing character of Black politics
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23 cm.
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Extent
xiii, 303 p.
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9780816626809
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99027301

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