Encyclopedia of African-American Politics, 2nd Edition

  • Robert C. Smith
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  • ISBN-10: 1438149476
  • ISBN-13: 9781438149479
  • DDC: 973.049607
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - 12th Grade +
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  • Original Copyright 2014 | Published/Released February 2016
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2014

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Encyclopedia of African-American Politics, Second Edition examines the role of African Americans in the political process from the early days of the American Revolution to the present. Focusing on basic political ideas, court cases, laws, concepts, ideologies, institutions, and political processes, this book covers all facets of African Americans in American government.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Copyright Page.
1: Abolitionist Movement.
2: Accommodationism.
3: Adams, John Quincy.
4: Adarand Constructors Inc. V. Pena.
5: Affirmative Action.
6: Affordable Care Act.
7: African American.
8: African-American Convention Movements.
9: African-American Culture.
10: African-American Education.
11: African-American Elected Officials.
12: African-American Engagement in Citizen Diplomacy.
13: African-American Interest Groups.
14: African-American Media.
15: African-American Militancy.
16: African-American Participation in State and Local Governments.
17: African-American Political Culture.
18: African-American Political Participation.
19: African-American Politics.
20: African-American Population.
21: African-American Presidential Campaigns.
22: African-American Public Intellectuals.
23: African-American Public Opinion.
24: African-American Relationship With the Presidency.
25: African-American Representation in Politics.
26: African-American Studies.
27: African-American Thought.
28: African-American Voting Behavior.
29: African Americans and the Concept of Self-Help.
30: African Americans and the Criminal Justice System.
31: African Americans and the Electoral College.
32: African Americans and the Gay Rights Movement.
33: African Americans and the Judicial Process.
34: African Americans and the Political System.
35: African Americans and the Social-Contract Theory.
36: African Americans and the Two-Party System.
37: African Americans and the U.S. Congress.
38: African Americans and the U.S. Constitution.
39: African Americans in the Bureaucracy.
40: African Americans in the Military.
41: African Americans in Washington, D.C..
42: African Blood Brotherhood.
43: Afrocentricity.
44: AIDS-HIV Among African Americans.
45: Ali, Muhammad.
46: Alienation in African-American Culture.
47: Allen, Richard.
48: American Colonization Society.
49: American Muslim Mission.
50: American Welfare State.
51: An American Dilemma.
52: Apartheid.
53: Aptheker, Herbert.
54: Asante, Molefi K..
55: Assimilation.
56: “Atlanta Compromise” Speech.
57: Atlanta University.
58: Back-to-Africa Movements.
59: Baker, Ella.
60: Baker V. Carr.
61: Balance of Power.
62: Baldwin, James.
63: “Ballot or the Bullet” Speech.
64: Bandung Conference.
65: Baraka, Amiri.
66: Barker, Lucius.
67: Bell, Derrick.
68: Bethune, Mary Mcleod.
69: Bill of Rights.
70: Birmingham Demonstrations.
71: The Birth of a Nation.
72: Black.
73: Black Agendas.
74: Black Arts Movement.
75: Black Cabinet.
76: Black Church.
77: Black Civic Culture.
78: Black Codes.
79: Black Community.
80: Black Nationalism.
81: Black Panther Party.
82: Black Power Movement.
83: Black Power: the Politics of Liberation in America.
84: Black Radical Congress.
85: Black Religiosity.
86: Blackness.
87: Blair Education Bill.
88: Blyden, Edward Wilmot.
89: Bond, Julian.
90: Booker, Cory.
91: Brennan, William J..
92: Brooke, Edward W..
93: Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters.
94: Brown, John.
95: Brown, Ron.
96: Brown V. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas.
97: Bruce, Blanche K..
98: Buckley, William F., Jr..
99: Bunche, Ralph.
100: Burris, Roland.
101: Bush, George W..
102: Busing and Education.
103: Capitalism in African-American Culture.
104: Carmichael, Stokely.
105: Carter, Jimmy.
106: Chisholm, Shirley.
107: Citizenship and African Americans.
108: City of Richmond V. J. A. Croson.
109: Civil Disobedience.
110: Civil Liberties.
111: Civil Rights.
112: Civil Rights Act, 1964.
113: Civil Rights Cases of 1883.
114: Civil Rights Commission.
115: Civil Rights Division (CRD).
116: Civil Rights Movement.
117: Civil War.
118: Clark, Kenneth.
119: Class Stratification.
120: Clinton, Bill.
121: Clyburn, James.
122: Co-Optation in African-American Politics.
123: Coalition of Black Trade Unionists.
124: Coalitions in African-American Politics.
125: COINTELPRO.
126: Cold War and African-American Politics.
127: Colfax Massacre.
128: Colonialism.
129: Color Stratification.
130: Commerce Clause in the U.S. Constitution.
131: Communism in African-American Politics.
132: Communist Party.
133: Community Control.
134: Compromise of 1877.
135: Congress of Racial Equality (CORE).
136: Congressional Black Caucus.
137: Connerly, Ward.
138: Conservatism in African-American Politics.
139: Conservative Coalition.
140: Constitutionalism.
141: Cook, Samuel Du Bois.
142: Council on African Affairs.
143: Cowan, Mo.
144: Crummell, Alexander.
145: Cruse, Harold.
146: Cultural Nationalism.
147: Culture of Poverty.
148: Cumming V. Board of Education.
149: David, Artur.
150: Davis, Angela Y..
151: Dawson, William L..
152: Declaration of Independence.
153: Delany, Martin Robison.
154: Dellums, Ron.
155: Democracy and African-American Politics.
156: Democracy in America.
157: Democratic Party.
158: Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
159: Deracialization.
160: Desegregation.
161: Diggs, Charles, Jr..
162: Discrimination.
163: Disparate Impact.
164: Disparate Treatment.
165: Douglass, Frederick.
166: Dubois, W. E. B..
167: Due Process Clauses in the U.S. Constitution.
168: Dyer Antilynching Bill.
169: Elementary and Secondary Education Act.
170: Ellison, Keith.
171: Emancipation Proclamation.
172: Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).
173: Equal Protection Clause in the U.S. Constitution.
174: Equality in African-American Politics.
175: Ethnicity.
176: Evers, Medgar.
177: Executive Orders and Civil Rights.
178: Eyes on the Prize.
179: Fanon, Frantz.
180: Farmer, James.
181: Farrakhan, Louis.
182: Feagin, Joe.
183: Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Civil Rights Movement.
184: Federalism and African-American Politics.
185: Feminism and African-American Culture.
186: Fifteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
187: Filibuster.
188: Fletcher, Arthur, Jr..
189: Foreign Policy and African-American Politics.
190: Forten, James.
191: Forty Acres and A Mule.
192: Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
193: Franklin, John Hope.
194: Free Negroes.
195: Freedmen’S Bureau.
196: Freedom in African-American Politics.
197: Freedom Rides.
198: Fugitive Slave Clause in the U.S. Constitution.