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Crisis in black and white.

  • 370 Pages
  • 2.68 MB
  • English
Random House , New York
African Americans, United States -- Race rela


United S

LC ClassificationsE185.61 .S57
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 370 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5912858M
LC Control Number64014843

This was a powerful book I was in amazement while reading it This book was written in the 60s and us black people or negros still face the same problems and issues as back then Mr Silberman breaks down many issues from politics down to education and tries to explain the defects from the white side and black side great book a great history lesson/5.

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Silberman] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A journalist and scholar analyzes the situation of the American Negro from the combined viewpoints of history/5(14). Get this from a library. Crisis in black and white. [Charles E Silberman] -- Posits that the United States must solve "the Negro Problem" out of more than political self-interest; it must accept the Negro as an equal and participating member of society because it is the only.

Jan 23,  · The author predicts an explosion of racial violence, which in fact did happen after this book was written, in the s. He offers a solution: community organizing in the style of the labor organizer Saul Alinsky, plus pre-kindergarten education for black children.

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