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We Have No Leaders: African Americans in the Post-Civil Rights Era (Suny Series in Afro-American Studies) (Suny Series in African American Studies)

A comprehensive study of African-American politics since the civil rights era argues that the black movement has been coopted by mainstream institutions, due to the political traditions of blacks themselves and the decay of the black community. Simultaneous. UP.

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