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Black nationalism in the United States : from Malcolm X to Barack Obama

Auteur: James Lance Taylor
Uitgever: Boulder, Colo. : Lynne Rienner Publishers, [2011] ©2011
Editie/Formaat:   Print book : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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Black nationalism. Is it an outdated political strategy? Or, as James Taylor argues in his rich, sweeping analysis, a logical response to the failure of post-civil rights politics? Taylor offers a provocative assessment of the contemporary relevance and interpretation of black nationalism as both a school of thought and a mode of mobilization. Fundamental to his analysis is the assertion that black nationalism  Meer lezen...
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Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: James Lance Taylor
ISBN: 9781588267788 1588267784
OCLC-nummer: 644150053
Beschrijving: x, 415 pages ; 24 cm
Inhoud: Part 1. Foundations: Black political development in the United States ; A black sacred cosmos and the making of a black counterpublic ; The religious content of black political ideologies --
Part 2. Formulations: A genealogical inquiry into black nationalism ; Martin Robison Delany and the nationalism of ends ; David Walker and the politics of the black jeremiad --
Part 3. Transformations: Black power and the problem of black nationalism ; Malcolm X, Louis Farrakhan, and the haunting of America ; The black nationalism of the hip-hop generation --
Timeline of key events.
Andere titels: From Malcolm X to Barack Obama
Verantwoordelijkheid: James Lance Taylor.

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Black nationalism. Is it an outdated political strategy? Or, as James Taylor argues in his rich, sweeping analysis, a logical response to the failure of post-civil rights politics? Taylor offers a provocative assessment of the contemporary relevance and interpretation of black nationalism as both a school of thought and a mode of mobilization. Fundamental to his analysis is the assertion that black nationalism should be understood not simply as a separatist movement--the traditional conception--but instead as a common-sense psychological orientation with long roots in U.S. political history. Providing entirely new lines of insight and analysis, his work ranges from the religious foundations of black political ideologies to the nationalist sentiments of today's hip-hop generation.

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