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Main Title Martin & Malcolm & America : a dream or a nightmare /
Author Cone, James H.
Publisher Orbis Books,
Year Published 1992
OCLC Number 27311732
ISBN 0883448246; 9780883448243; 0883447215; 9780883447215
Subjects African Americans--Intellectual life. ; African Americans--Religion. ; United States--Race relations. ; Black nationalism--United States. ; Philosophy. ; Bèurgerrechtsbewegung.--(DE-588)4146878-8 ; Politisches Denken.--(DE-588)4115590-7 ; Schwarze.--(DE-588)4116433-7 ; USA.--(DE-588)4078704-7
Additional Subjects King, Martin Luther,--Jr.,--1929-1968--Philosophy ; X, Malcolm,--1925-1965--Philosophy ; King, Martin Luther,--Jr.,--1929-1968--Religion ; X, Malcolm,--1925-1965--Religion
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EKBM  E185.97.K5C66 1992 Research Triangle Park Library/RTP, NC 03/07/2008
Edition 1st pbk. ed.
Collation xv, 358 pages, 17 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 321-351) and index.
Contents Notes Introduction. America: a dream or a nightmare? The meeting of Malcolm and Martin ; Integration and nationalism in African-American intellectual history. -- The making of a dreamer (1929-55) -- The making of a "bad nigger" (1925-52) -- "I have a dream" (1955-64) The context of Martin's vision ; King and the American dream ; Pursuing the dream: the role of the Negro people ; The American dream and the dream for the world ; Birmingham and the march on Washington ; After Washington. -- "I see a nightmare" (1952-63) The context of Malcolm's vision ; Malcolm and Muhammad ; Oppression and justice ; Unity, self-knowledge, self-love, self-defense, and separation ; America as a nightmare. -- "We must love our white brothers" The impact on King's faith and theology upon his dream ; King's impact upon the American churches. -- "White man's heaven is a black man's hell" The impact of Malcolm's faith and theology upon his nightmare ; Malcolm's exposition of religions and race. -- "Chickens coming home to roost" (1964-65) Break with Elijah Muhammad ; Movement toward Martin. -- "Shattered dreams" (1965-68) The struggle for the ballot: end of the first phase ; The second phase: a dream shattered ; Disenchantment with whites ; The Vietnam crucible: justice, love, and hope. -- Two roads to freedom. Complementing each other ; Correcting each other. -- Nothing but men. Sexism ; Classism. -- Making their marks: Legacies. Culture ; Politics ; Critique of American Christianity ; Qualities as leaders ; Self-criticism and humility ; Nonviolence and self-defense ; Militancy and humor ; Solidarity with the masses ; Link with other liberation movements. This ground-breaking and highly acclaimed work examines the two most influential African-American leaders of this century. While Martin Luther King, Jr. saw America as "essentially a dream...as yet unfulfilled", Malcolm X viewed America as a realized nightmare. James Cone cuts through superficial assessments of King and Malcolm as polar opposites to reveal two men whose visions were complementary and moving toward convergence. (Back cover).
Place Published Maryknoll, N.Y. :
PUB Date Free Form 1992, c1991.
Ti Tra Differently Martin and Malcolm and America.
BIB Level m
Cataloging Source OCLC/T
Merged OCLC records 718260684; 974744242; 981900142; 989718943; 990002837; 990485661; 993340476
OCLC Time Stamp 20080305111424
Language eng
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OCLC Rec Leader 03178cam 2200421Ia 45020