[ Reading ] ➶ Race, Reform, and Rebellion Author Manning Marable – Thegreatwallonline.us

Race, Reform, and Rebellion The Original Edition Of This Book Was Written During The Second Year Of The Reagan Administration It Reflected Two Perspectives, The Thoughts Of The Social Historian, And The Commentary Of The Political Theorist And Social Activist Among African Americans In The Post 1975 Period This Book Elaborates And Expands These Theories In Light Of The Developments That Have Occurred In The 1980s.

[ Reading ] ➶ Race, Reform, and Rebellion  Author Manning Marable – Thegreatwallonline.us
  • Paperback
  • 283 pages
  • Race, Reform, and Rebellion
  • Manning Marable
  • English
  • 10 May 2018
  • 0878054936

10 thoughts on “Race, Reform, and Rebellion


  1. says:

    I am currently re reading this book Marable reframes the World War II era through Civil Rights, all the way up to the George Bush Era as a Second Reconstruction First of all, this revelation is revolutionary It was a reconstruction, with America trying to figure out how to deal once again with the Negro problem However, this time, the Negro African American population was able to exert muchpolitical, econ...


  2. says:

    If you want to know background on neo nazis and their close connection to the GOP since Reagan, read this book More importantly it provides an historical overview of African American political formations and their respective roles in the Black Freedom Movement since WW2.


  3. says:

    Fairly spectacular book which not only covered the strengths and faults of well known names like MLK jr., Malcom X, Medgar Evars and Rosa Parks but alsorevered radical stalwarts like Huey P Newton and other leaders of the black power movement and the great weaknesses of many leaders who focused to wholly on race to the detriment of gender or patriarchy considerations or class while refusing to admit race as a factor and as a result highlighting the reality of a modern organizer who lives Fairly spectacular book which not only covered the strengths and faults of well known names like MLK jr., Malcom X, Medgar Evars and Rosa Parks but alsorevered radical stalwarts like Huey P Newton and other leaders of the black power movement and the great weaknesses of many leaders who focused to wholly on race to the detriment of gender or...


  4. says:

    Marable does not fail to impress his audience with this work that sheds much light on the events and movements that helped to socially and politically shape the period known as the second reconstruction in African American history, as well as those that contributed to its failure.


  5. says:

    Quintessential reading for those who want a hand understanding how our nation both accepted and rejected the liberal aims of the Civil Rights Movement Marable is masterful.


  6. says:

    A must read for anyone who is not an expert in post World War II race relations in the United States.


  7. says:

    A polemic to be sure, but nevertheless compelling.


  8. says:

    This book exemplifies the brilliance that is Manning Marable.

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