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The essential Harold Cruse : a reader

Author: Harold Cruse; William Jelani Cobb
Publisher: New York : Palgrave, 2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Harold Cruse; William Jelani Cobb
ISBN: 0312293976 9780312293970 0312293968 9780312293963
OCLC Number: 47797594
Description: xxiv, 310 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Blues for Brother Cruse / Stanley Crouch --
Early Writing --
Essays --
Salute to Josephine Baker, Magnificent Negro Artist (Daily Worker, March 14, 1951; Rebellion or Revolution, 1968) --
A Negro Looks at Cuba (Unpublished, 1960) --
Race and Bohemianism in Greenwich Village (The Crisis, January 1960) --
James Baldwin, the Theater and His Critics (Unpublished, 1963) --
Correspondence --
Letter to the Amsterdam News (April 19, 1956) --
Open Letter to Harry Belafonte (Unpublished, November, 1956) --
From The Crisis of the Negro Intellectual (1967) --
Individualism and the "Open Society" --
Cultural Leadership and Cultural Democracy --
Negroes and Jews--The Two Nationalisms and the Bloc(ked) Plurality --
Black Power Era --
On Explaining 20th Century Negro History (Negro Digest, July 1967) --
The Fire This Time?: Eldridge Cleaver: Post-Prison Speeches and Writings (New York Review of Books, May 8, 1969) --
The Integrationist Ethic as a Basis for Scholarly Endeavors (Speech given to Yale University Black Student Alliance, 1969) --
The Little Rock National Black Political Convention (Black World, October 1974) --
from Rebellion or Revolution? (1968) --
Marxism and the Negro --
Post-Black Power Writings --
The Racial Origins of American Theater: A Response to Robert Brustein (Unpublished) --
The New Negro History of John Hope Franklin--Promise and Progress (Unpublished) --
Amilcar Cabral and the Afro-American Reality (Black World, October 1975) --
The Pan-African Constituency and the Black Electorate (Black World, January 1975).
Responsibility: edited by William Jelani Cobb ; foreword by Stanley Crouch.
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