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Black protest in the sixties,

Author: August Meier; Elliott M Rudwick
Publisher: Chicago, Quadrangle Books [1970]
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Meier, August, 1923-2003.
Black protest in the sixties.
Chicago, Quadrangle Books [1970]
(OCoLC)551304642
Online version:
Meier, August, 1923-2003.
Black protest in the sixties.
Chicago, Quadrangle Books [1970]
(OCoLC)593862172
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: August Meier; Elliott M Rudwick
OCLC Number: 103355
Notes: "A New York times book."
Description: xi, 355 pages 22 cm
Contents: Ascendancy of nonviolent direct action: Negroes in South in store sit-down --
Progress-By Moderation and Agitation / Eric F. Goldman --
Two Ways: Black Muslim and NAACP / Gertrude Samuels --
Sheriff Harasses Negroes at Voting Rally in Georgia / Claude Sitton --
Negro Queue in Mississippi is Symbol of Frustration in Voter Registration Drive / Claude Sitton --
Racial strife --
Rights pact --
For rights --
Status of Integration: Progress So Far is Characterized as Mainly Tokenism / Claude Sitton --
Their Text is a Civil Rights Primer / Pat Watters --
Mississippi Factions Clash Before Convention Panel / E.W. Kenworthy --
Negro Party is Set to Push Its Drive / John Herbers --
Why the Negro Children March / Pat Watters --
"The Wonder is There Have Been So Few Riots." / Kenneth B. Clark --
After Watts-Where is the Negro Revolution Headed? / C. Vann Woodward --
Ascendancy of Black Power: Negro Psychiatrist Explains the Negro Psyche / Alvin F. Poussaint --
Story of Snick --
from "Freedom High" / Gene Roberts --
Advocate of Black Power Defines It / Charles V. Hamilton --
Full and Sometimes Very Surprising Story of Ocean Hill, Teachers' Union, and Teachers' Strike of 1968 / Martin Mayer --
Call of the Black Panthers / Sol Stern --
Soul Story / Adrian Dove --
Odyssey of a Man---and a Movement / Paul Good --
Dr. King's March on Washington, Part II / Jose' Yglesias --
"No Man Can Fill Dr. King's Shoes" --
but Abernathy Tries / Paul Good --
"We Can't Cuss White People Any More. It's in Our Hands Now" / Walter Rugaber --
There is No Rest For Roy Wilkins / Martin Arnold --
Strategist Without a Movement / Thomas R. Brooks.
Responsibility: edited with an introd. by August Meier and Elliott Rudwick.

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