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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Bracey, John H.
Blacks in the abolitionist movement.
Belmont, Calif., Wadsworth Pub. Co. 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John H Bracey; August Meier; Elliott M Rudwick
|Description:||168 pages 22 cm.|
|Contents:||James Forten: forgotten abolitionist, by R.A. Billington.--Abolition's different drummer: Frederick Douglass, by B. Quarles.--John Mercer Langston: Black protest leader and abolitionist, by W.F. Cheek.--William Still and the Underground Railroad, by L. Gara.--The Negro in the organization of abolition, by C.H. Wesley.--The emancipation of the Negro abolitionist, by L.F. Litwack.--The Negro: innately inferior or equal? By J. McPherson.--Anti-slavery ambivalence: immediatism, expediency, race, by W.H. Pease and J.H. Pease.--The role of Blacks in the abolitionist movement, by A. Meier and E. Rudwick.--National Negro conventions of the middle 1840's: moral suasion vs. political action, by H.H. Bell.--The Black phalanx, by W.E.B. Du Bois.--John Brown and the paradox of leadership among American Negroes, by D. Potter.--Douglass and John Brown, by P. Foner.|
|Series Title:||Explorations in the Black experience.|
|Responsibility:||edited by John H. Bracey, Jr., August Meier [and] Elliott Rudwick.|