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The Great Wells Of Democracy: The Meaning Of Race In American Life

@inproceedings{Marable2002TheGW,
  title={The Great Wells Of Democracy: The Meaning Of Race In American Life},
  author={Manning Marable},
  year={2002}
}
One of America's most influential historians and interpreters of the black experience reinvents racial politics for the twenty-first century. In his boldest and most accessible book to date, Manning Marable lays out a new way to think about the past and the future of race in America. Building upon a unique framework for understanding black history from slavery to Jim Crow to the modern urban ghetto, Marable charts a new course for racial progress. He looks beyond the impasse of liberal… Expand
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