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Blueprint for Black power : a moral, political, and economic imperative for the twenty-first century

Author: Amos N Wilson
Publisher: New York : Afrikan World InfoSystems, 2011. ©1998
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Afrikan life into the coming millennia is imperiled by White and Asian power. True power must nest in the ownership of the real estate wherever Afrikan people dwell. Economic destiny determines biologial destiny. 'Blueprint for Black Power' details a master plan for the power revolution necessary for Black survival in the 21st century. White treatment of Afrikan Americans, despite a myriad of theories explaining  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Forecasts
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Amos N Wilson
ISBN: 187916406X 9781879164062 1879164078 9781879164079
OCLC Number: 931065462
Description: xix, 887 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: What is power --
Bases of power: Organization and ethnic resources --
Social and cultural origins of power --
Consciousness and power --
Self-concept and power --
Power and personality --
Class, race and power in America --
The power processes of the ruling class --
The policy-formation process --
The candidate-selection process --
Ideology and the legitimization of dominance --
The economic order and power --
The financial-corporate elite: The New World Government --
Race and economics --
Afrika agonistes --
Investing in and trading with Afrikan nations --
Empowerment through wealth --
Benevolent fronts assault local and global Afrikan markets --
The paucity of black wealth --
The myth of the market economy and black power --
Nation-within-a-nation --
Demographic foundations of an Afrikan American nation-within-a-nation --
The black church: Key to a black economic empowerment? --
The black consumer and the economics of Afrocentrism --
The relationship of white-owned banks to the black community --
Black-owned banks: Creators of wealth --
Financing black economic development --
Rotating credit associations: The prime importance of saving --
The investment club --
Franchises, cooperatives, corporations and collective capitalism --
The crisis of leadership.
Other Titles: Black power
Responsibility: Amos N. Wilson.

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Afrikan life into the coming millennia is imperiled by White and Asian power. True power must nest in the ownership of the real estate wherever Afrikan people dwell. Economic destiny determines biologial destiny. 'Blueprint for Black Power' details a master plan for the power revolution necessary for Black survival in the 21st century. White treatment of Afrikan Americans, despite a myriad of theories explaining White behavior, ultimately rests on the fact that they can. They possess the power to do so. Such a power differential must be neutralized if Blacks are to prosper in the 21st century ... Aptly titled, 'Blueprint for Black Power' stops not at critique but prescribes radical, practical theories, frameworks and approaches for true power. It gives a biting look into Black potentiality. (Back cover).

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