I May Not Get There with You The True Martin Luther King, Jr.
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Description: Michael Eric Dyson reassesses the legacy of Martin Luther King in the years since his death. He argues that the legacy has been misappropriated by groups ranging from black churches to white conservatives and even the King family.
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Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Free Press
Publication date: 2/6/2001
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 1.00" tall
|Preface: "We as a People Will Get to the Promised Land": Martin and Us|
|Introduction: "You Don't Need to Go Out Saying Martin Luther King, Jr. Is a Saint": The American Hero|
|"I Saw That Dream Turn Into a Nightmare": From Color-Blindness to Black Compensation|
|"Most Americans Are Unconscious Racists": Beyond Liberalism|
|"As I Ponder the Madness of Vietnam": The Outlines of a Militant Pacifism|
|"America Must Move Toward a Democratic Socialism": A Progressive Social Blueprint|
|"We Did Engage in a Black Power Move": An Integrationist Embraces Enlightened Black Nationalism|
|"I Had to Know God for Myself": The Shape of a Radical Faith|
|"Somewhere I Read of the Freedom of Speech": Constructing a Unique Voice|
|"There Is a Civil War Going on Within All of Us": Sexual Personae in the Revolution|
|"I Have Walked Among the Desperate, Rejected, and Angry": Two Generations of the Young, Gifted, and Black|
|"The Primary Obligation of the Woman Is That of Motherhood": The Pitfalls of Patriarchy|
|"Be True to What You Said on Paper": A Critical Patriotism|
|"I Won't Have Any Money to Leave Behind": The Ownership of a Great Man|
|"If I Have to Go Through This to Give the People a Symbol": The Burden of Representation|
|Epilogue: "Lil' Nigger, Just Where You Been?": Metaphors and Movements|