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The uncompleted past [by] Martin Duberman.

By: Duberman, Martin B.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York, Random House [1969]Description: xiii, 374 p. 22 cm.Subject(s): United States -- Historiography | United States -- Social conditions -- Historiography | African Americans -- Civil rights | African Americans Civil rights | United States Historiography | United States Social conditions HistoriographyAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Uncompleted past.DDC classification: 973/.072
Contents:
The profession of history: The abolitionists and psychology -- Lincoln and the first shot -- History as theater -- The era of reconstruction -- The limitations of history -- Three historians: Perry Miller, Barbara W. Tuchman and David M. Porter -- The political economy of slavery -- The Northern response to slavery -- The movement: The new equality -- Sammy Davis Jr.'s autobiography -- Howard Zinn's The Southern mystique and SNCC: the new abolitionists -- James Meredith and LeRoi Jones/James Meredith's march in Mississippi -- Four studies on the New Left -- Jack Newfield's A prophetic minority -- The relevance of anarchy -- Containment and change -- The prospects for SDS -- Martin Luther King Jr.'s Where do we go from here: chaos or community? -- Two studies of the Black community -- The autobiography of W.E.B. Du Bois -- William Styron's Nat Turner and Ten Black writers respond -- The agony of the American Left -- Black power and the American radical tradition -- The crisis of the universities: An experiment in education -- The dissenting academy -- The academic revolution -- On misunderstanding student rebels -- On becoming an historian.
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E175 .D8 (Browse shelf) Available 0000101218352

Bibliographical footnotes.

pt. 1. The profession of history: The abolitionists and psychology -- Lincoln and the first shot -- History as theater -- The era of reconstruction -- The limitations of history -- Three historians: Perry Miller, Barbara W. Tuchman and David M. Porter -- The political economy of slavery -- The Northern response to slavery -- pt. 2. The movement: The new equality -- Sammy Davis Jr.'s autobiography -- Howard Zinn's The Southern mystique and SNCC: the new abolitionists -- James Meredith and LeRoi Jones/James Meredith's march in Mississippi -- Four studies on the New Left -- Jack Newfield's A prophetic minority -- The relevance of anarchy -- Containment and change -- The prospects for SDS -- Martin Luther King Jr.'s Where do we go from here: chaos or community? -- Two studies of the Black community -- The autobiography of W.E.B. Du Bois -- William Styron's Nat Turner and Ten Black writers respond -- The agony of the American Left -- Black power and the American radical tradition -- pt. 3. The crisis of the universities: An experiment in education -- The dissenting academy -- The academic revolution -- On misunderstanding student rebels -- pt. 4. On becoming an historian.

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