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White violence and Black response : from Reconstruction to Montgomery /

Herbert Shapiro.

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Main Author: Shapiro, Herbert.
Published: Amherst : University of Massachusetts Press, 1988.
Topics: African Americans - History - 1863-1877 | African Americans - History - 1877-1964 | Violence - United States - History. | Racism - United States - History
Regions: United States - Race relations
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245 10|aWhite violence and Black response :|bfrom Reconstruction to Montgomery /|cHerbert Shapiro.
260 |aAmherst :|bUniversity of Massachusetts Press,|c1988.
300 |axvi, 565 p., [8] p. of plates :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
500 |aIncludes index.
504 |aBibliography: p. 525-542.
505 0 |aPart I The post-emanicipation decades: -- 1. The imposition of White rule -- 2. Lynching and Black perspectives -- 3. In the context of empire -- Part II From 1900 to the "Red summer": -- 4. The violence of the progressive era -- 5. The focusing of debate -- 6. Confrontation --Part III Peace without justice: The 1920s: -- 7. Garvey and Randolph -- 8. Struggle on a higher level -- Part IV Crisis and new unity: The 1930s: -- 9. Turning left -- 10. In the midst of the new deal -- 11. The NAACP and radical voices -- Part V World War II and the first postwar years: the racial struggle at home: -- 12. Wartime violence -- 13. Victory without peace -- 14. Peekskill -- Part VI From Willie McGee to the Montgomery struggle: -- 15. Executions, Little Rock, genocide -- 16. The emergence of Dr. King -- 17. Robert F. Williams and the Black Muslims
520 |aLooks at the history of white racist violence, describes its use to maintain control over Black Americans, and recounts Black resistance to violent intimidation.
650 0|aAfrican Americans|xHistory|y1863-1877
650 0|aAfrican Americans|xHistory|y1877-1964
650 0|aViolence|zUnited States|xHistory.
650 0|aRacism|zUnited States|xHistory
651 0|aUnited States|xRace relations

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