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  • Violence in the Black Imaginationby Ronald T. Takaki

    Oxford University Press 1993; US$ 49.99

    This collection of three short novels about major Afro-American leaders (Frederick Douglass's "The Heroic Slave", Martin Delany's "Blake" and William Wells Brown's "Clotelle"), along with critical essays by the editor, explores the issue of black revolutionary violence in modern America. more...

  • A Different Mirror for Young Peopleby Ronald Takaki; Rebecca Stefoff

    Seven Stories Press 2012; US$ 18.95

    A longtime professor of Ethnic Studies at the University of California at Berkeley, Ronald Takaki was recognized as one of the foremost scholars of American ethnic history and diversity. When the first edition of A   Different Mirror was published in 1993, Publishers Weekly called it "a brilliant revisionist history of America that is likely to... more...

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