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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Matthew Holden; National Conference of Black Political Scientists.
|Notes:||" ... the official publication of the National Conference of Black Political Scientists"--Page 4 of cover.|
|Description:||347 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.|
|Contents:||Constitutional legacy of slavery / Donald L. Robinson --
How antebellum Black communities became mobilized : the role of Church, benevolent society, and press / Gayle T. Tate --
Religious resources and African-American political action / Ronald E. Brown and Monica L. Wolford --
Civil rights and the supreme court : a return of the past / Stephen L. Wasby --
Racial discrimination, capital punishment policy, and the supreme court : the death penalty as a political devaluation of Black life / Mitchell F. Rice --
State Attorneys General as policymakers : AG responses to the Hodgson and Akron abortion cases / Augustus J. Jones, Jr. and Michelle D. Deardorff. Prospects for minority doctorates in the year 2000 : employment opportunities in a changing American society / Donald R. Deskins, Jr. --
Ethics, corruption, and South Carolina legislators / Cole B. Graham, Jr. and William V. Moore --
White flight in the voting booth : the racial composition of localities and partisan voting in Virginia in the 1980s / Mark Wm. Hertzog --
C.L.R. James, multiculturalism, and the Canon / Kent Worcester --
Determinants of attitudes toward National integration in Nigeria twenty years after the Civil War : an empirical investigation of two Ibo localities / Emmanuel Uwalaka --
Military authoritarianism and democratic transition in Nigeria / Larry Diamond and Oyeleye Oyediran --
Apartheid in retreat : economic sanctions and political reform / Mfanya D. Tryman and Saba Jallow --
Approaching the twenty-first century : a world society model of international politics / Franke Wilmer --
National conference of Black political scientists : NCOBPS at the crossroads --
an agenda for the 1900s and beyond (Presidential address, March 1992) / Joseph H. Silver, Sr.
|Series Title:||National political science review, v. 4.|
|Responsibility:||Matthew Holden, editor.|