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9780072393620

From Slavery Freedom--Volume Two

From Slavery Freedom--Volume Two
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  • ISBN-13: 9780072393620
  • ISBN: 0072393629
  • Edition: 8
  • Publication Date: 1999
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages

AUTHOR

John Hope Franklin, Alfred Moss

SUMMARY

Chapter Eleven: Civil War Uncertain Federal Policy Moving Toward Freedom Confederate Policy Blacks Fighting for the Union Victory! Chapter Twelve: The Effort to Attain Peace Reconstruction and the Nation Conflicting Policies Relief and Rehabilitation Economic Adjustment Political Currents Chapter Thirteen: Losing the Peace The Struggle for Domination The Overthrow of Reconstruction The Movement of Disenfranchisement The Triumph of White Supremacy Chapter Fourteen: Philanthropy and Self-Help Northern Philanthropy and African-American Education The Age of Booker T. Washington Struggles in the Economic Sphere Social and Cultural Growth Chapter Fifteen: The Color Line The New American Imperialism America's Empire of Darker Peoples Urban Problems The Pattern of Violence New Solutions for Old Problems Chapter Sixteen: In Pursuit of Democracy World War I The Enlistment of African Americans Service Overseas On the Home Front Chapter Seventeen: Democracy Escapes The Reaction The Voice of Protest Rises Chapter Eighteen: The Harlem Renaissance Socioeconomic Problems and African-American Literature Harlem, the Seat and Center The Circle Widens Chapter Nineteen: The New Deal Depression Political Regeneration Roosevelt's "Black Cabinet" Government Agencies and Relief for Blacks Black Labor and the Unions Chapter Twenty: The American Dilemma Trends in Education Opportunities for Self-Expression The World of African Americans One World or Two? Chapter Twenty-One: Fighting for the Four Freedoms Arsenal of Democracy Blacks in the Service The Home Fires The United Nations and Human Welfare Chapter Twenty-Two: African Americans in the Cold War Era Progress Reaction Urbanization and its Consequences Writers and Artists in Later Years Heard and Seen by Millions Chapter Twenty-Three: The Black Revolution The Road to Revolution The Beginnings Marching for Freedom The Illusion of Equality Revolution at High Tide Balance Sheet of the Revolution Chapter Twenty-Four: New Forms of Activism The Reagan Years A New Economic and Political Thrust The Bush Quadrennium Stirrings African Americans and the World "On the Pulse of Morning" Chapter Twenty-Five: Legacies for the Twenty-First Century Appendixes The Emancipation Proclamation Fair Employment Executive Order Government's Resonsibility: Securing the Rights Brown v. Board of Education John F. Kennedy: Special Message to the Congress on Civil Rights The Civil Rights Act of 1964 The Voting Rights Act of 1965John Hope Franklin is the author of 'From Slavery Freedom--Volume Two', published 1999 under ISBN 9780072393620 and ISBN 0072393629.

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