African-Americans in U.S. History Analytical Essay by The Research Group

African-Americans in U.S. History
This expository paper discusses the concepts of Black Nationalism, racism, ethnicity and oppression.
# 71498 | 1,610 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2006 | US


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This paper discusses the concepts of Black Nationalism, racism, ethnicity and oppression offered by Robert Allen in "Black Awakening in Capitalist America" and those of Eugene V. Wolfenstein in "The Victims of Democracy: Malcolm X and the Black Revolution", with a focus on the impact of the bourgeois on the working class within a capitalist mode of production.

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"The theories offered by Eugene V Wolfenstein in The Victim's of Democracy and those offered by Robert L Allen in Black Awakening in Capitalist America are similar in that they show the significant interconnection.."

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