608 pp. "Written by one of America's great proletarian leaders, this book is unique since it accepts as a basis the identity of Afro-Americans and recounts their history as a people, while at the same time relating their experience to the main phases of U.S. history as a whole. African background, Abolitionists, Reconstruction, early people's conventions, the NAACP, Garveyism, the alliance with labor as well as other progressive movements are but a few of the areas covered. This is the only work now available which presents a Marxist interpretation of the entire course of Afro-American history."
Keywords: AMERICAN HISTORY AFRICAN AMERICAN RACE NEGRO SOCIOLOGY CIVIL WAR ABOLITIONISTS RECONSTRUCTION
Cover heavily toned, pages lightly toned. International Publishers, New York, 1973. Reprint. Good/Not Applicable. (Inventory #: 2194722)
Literature, American & Military History, General Antiquarian
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