African American Experience

ISBN-10: 0395756545

ISBN-13: 9780395756546

Edition: 2001

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This work is a narrative text covering the African American experience in United States history, with particular emphasis on work and community and on recurring discrimination.
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List price: $153.95
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: CENGAGE Learning
Publication date: 12/11/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 768
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.508
Language: English

The African American Experience in Global Perspective: Prelude to a New World
Before the Atlantic Crossing Northeast Africa Northwest Africa and the Trans-Saharan Trade West Africa
The Transatlantic Trade, the Plantation System, and Black Labor
The Old World Roots of New World Bondage
The Caribbean and Latin America Slave Culture, Politics, and Resistance
Enslavement, Revolution, and the New Republic, 16191820
Transition to African Labor Ambiguous Beginnings Expansion and Consolidation of African Slavery Legal Dimensions
Responses to Bondage Emergence of African American Culture and Communities
From Day-to-Day Resistance to Open
Rebellion Inter- and Intraethnic Relations
African Americans and the American Revolution Black Resistance, Antislavery Sentiment, and the Beginnings of the Revolution Shifting
Military Policies and the Recruitment of Black Troops
African Americans in the Revolutionary Forces
Race, Republicanism, and the Limits of Democracy
Free Blacks and the Promise of the Revolution
African Americans and the Limits of Democracy
The Rise of Black Institutions: Civil and Human Rights Struggles
The Antebellum Era, Expansion of Cotton Culture, and Civil War, 18201865
Under the Lash: Migration, Work, and Social Conditions Cotton and the Journey to the Deep South Plantation, Industrial, and Urban Work Bondage, Law, Health, and Living Conditions
Community, Culture, and Resistance Judeo-Christian/African Ideas and the Black Family Religion, Music, and Leisure
Time Activities Day-to-Day Resistance, Rebellion, and Attempts to Rebel
Free Blacks, Abolitionists, and the Antislavery Movement Urbanization, Work, and the Economy Disfranchisement, Segregation, and Exclusion Institutions, Culture, and Politics
The Civil War and the Struggle for Freedom White Attitudes Toward Blacks in the North and the South Early African American Responses to the War Federal Policy and the Enlistment of Blacks
On the Battlefield and the Fight Within the Fight Rehearsal for Reconstruction
Emancipation and the First Generation of Freedom, 18651915
The Politics of Emancipation: Winning and Losing the Franchise Presidential Reconstruction and the Radical Challenge From "Radical" to "Redeemer" Regimes Limits of Electoral Politics
Economic Emancipation, Land, and the Search for Industrial Opportunities
Rural Wage Labor and New Forms of Coercion Landownership and Resistance to Wage Labor
The Sharecropping System Urbanization Emergence of New Businesses and Entrpreneurs
Freedom, Social Conditions, and the Rise of Jim Crow Housing, Education, and Public Accommodations Law, Justice, and Racist Publications
Emancipation, Jim Crow, and New Forms of Community and Social Activism Family, Church, and Fraternal Order Social Clubs, Leisure Time, and Cultural Change New Ideological, Class, and Social Struggles
Migration, Depression, and World Wars, 19151945
The Great Migration African Americans and World War I Migration to the North, West, and Midwest
Expansion of the Black Industrial Working Class
Expansion of the New Black Middle Class
Rise of the "New Negro" Legacy of War and Broken Promises "New" Negroes in the Making
The Garvey Movement
The Harlem Renaissance Civil Rights and Political Struggles
The Old Deal Continues The Depression, Unemployment, and Mass Suffering Social Welfare and Relief Policies Coping with a "Raw Deal
Emergence of a New Deal?
Leaving the Party of Lincoln
Entering the House of Labor
The Civil Rights Struggle
Cultural Developments
World War II African Americans, Military Policy, and Early Responses to War
The Jim Crow Armed Forces, Treatment, and Resistance Defense Industries, the MOWM, and the "Double V" Campaign Wartime Housing and Community Conflict
Civil Rights, Black Power, and Deindustrialization, 19452000
The Modern Civil Rights Movement Social Change and Early Postwar Legal Battles Nonviolent Direct Action
The Youth Challenge, and White Resistance Federal Action
Internal Conflicts, and the Limits of Nonviolence
The Civil Rights Struggle in the Urban North and West The Fight for Jobs, Housing, and Public Accommodations The Nation of Islam, Malcolm X, and Urban Rebellion Intellectual, Artistic, and Cultural Developments
The Black Power Movement Revolutionary Black Nationalism, Antiwar Sentiment, and Repression
Crisis of Radicalism, the New Politics, and Black Capitalism
The Second Black Renaissance: Cultural and Intellectual Life
Redefining the Boundaries of Black Culture and Politics
Deindustrialization and Community
Fragmentation Opposing the Second Reconstruction
Defending the Second Reconstruction
Redefining the Boundaries of Black Culture
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