|1. ||From Protest to Incorporation: A Framework for|
Analysis of Civil Rights Movement Outcomes 3
|2. || The National Black Political Convention, 1972-84 29|
|3. ||Continuity and Innovation in|
Post—Civil Rights Era Black Organization 87
|4. ||Black Incorporation and Institutionalization in the|
Post—Civil Rights Era: Leading America and Leading Blacks 127
|5. ||Blacks and Presidential Policy Making:|
Neglect, Policy, Symbols, and Cooptation 139
|6. ||Blacks in Congressional Decision Making:|
A Policy Consensus on Civil Rights, 1970-1994 165
|7. ||Blacks in Congressional Decision Making:|
The Humphrey-Hawkins Act as Symbolic Politics 187
|8. ||Blacks in Congressional Decision Making:|
Neglect and Invisibility on Social and Economic Reform 211
|9. ||Symbolic Politics at High Tide:|
Jesse Jackson and the Rainbow Coalition 229
|10. ||Racial Symbolism as "Ideology" in the Post‐|
Civil Rights Era, and a Postscript on the
Clinton Administration and the 1994 Election 255
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Book title: We Have No Leaders:African Americans in the Post-Civil Rights Era.
Contributors: Robert C. Smith - Author, Ronald W. Walters - Author.
Publisher: State University of New York Press.
Place of publication: Albany, NY.
Publication year: 1996.
Page number: Not available.
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