W. E. B. Du Bois: The Quest for the Abolition of the Color Line

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Psychology Press, 2001 - 195 pages
Based on careful reading of Du Bois' writings and with a combination of analytical and narrative approaches, the author probes the reasons and dynamics behind the changes of Du Bois strategies concerning the solution to the American race problem.
 

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Probably the best book to help explain race issues facing Modern day South Africa and many other african countries that were subjected to colonialism. A must read for any person that needs to have an understanding of the relationship between racism, poverty, disease and political oppression. Marx

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I wish I read this book earlier before I wrote my essay. Anything about Du Bois or Washington, this book is a definite must. I really wish I used this book beforehand.

Contents

DU BOISS SCHOOL EDUCATION
3
DU BOIS AT THE TURN OF THE CENTURY
15
THE DU BOISWASHINGTON CONTROVERSY
47
DU BOIS AND THE PROBLEM OF THE COLOR LINE 19001930
77
AFRICAN AMERICAN ECONOMIC NATION WITHIN A NATION
109
DU BOIS IN THE POSTWORLD WAR TWO YEARS
135
EPILOGUE
173
Bibliography
181
Index
187
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Zhang Juguo is lecturer of American history at the Historical Research Institute at Nankai University, China.

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