The Legacy of Slavery and the Roots of Black Nationalism
Boston: New England Free Press, [196-]. An article from a speech delivered by Genovese at the 1966 Socialist Scholars Conference, which was then published in Studies on the Left. Genovese, a Rutgers professor, traces the increasing militancy of black nationalists to slavery and the failure of previous black integrationists to exact any meaningful change.
Stapled, self wrappers (8 ” x 5 ½”), 26 p. Some faint toning and soiling. This edition uncommon. Item #10566
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