Dream and Reality: The Modern Black Struggle for Freedom and Equality

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Index
Abernathy, Ralph, 15
Adkins, Thomas, 78-79
Affirmative action, 7, 8; declining support of, 107
AFL-CIO: and employment reform, 120; and fair employment, 114; formation of, 108; full employment approach of, 117-19; on job status protection, 114; legislative role of, 110; and Nixon, 111, 117; and Philadelphia Plan, 115
Alabama campaign, impact of, 38-39
Allport, Gordon, 69, 74; Theory of Social Contract, 79
American Cancer Society, 130
American character, white supremacist impulse in, 3
American Dilemma, An ( Myrdal), 3
A. Philip Randolph Institute, 110; Freedom Budget campaign, 118-19
Apprenticeship programs, 115
Arnez, Nancy Levi, The Strugale for Equality of Educational Opportunity, 83
Auletta, Ken, 62
Authority, dual, 4
Baker, Ella, 19, 20-21
Bates, Daisy, 22, 33
Bichromate industry, 126
Biemiller, Andy, 119
Black Church, 14, 30, 33
Black community: options for, 144; and resource ownership, 48; responsibility of, 55, 57-58. See also Black population; Middle class
Blackmail, job, 133
Black nationalsim, 40
Black population: and crime rate, 142; empowerment of, 39; rising expectations of, 46; roots of change, 32-33; Southern, 44-45; voting rights of, 7. See also Black community; Middle class
Black Power, 24; male chauvinism during, 21; return to, 83-84
Black Power: The Politics of Liberation in America ( Carmichael and Hamilton), 84
Black Student Movement, 24, 37
Brown, Cynthia Stokes, 19
Brown, Michael, 58
Brown vs. Board of Education ( 1954), 3, 33, 109, 77; enforcement of, 87, 88, 89; original intent of, 78, 81; reality of, 82
Burgess, Elaine, 35
Business, black-operated, 47-48
Busing, 73
Cancer, among black population, 126, 129, 130-31
Capitalism, 140
Carmichael, Stokely, Black Power: The Politics-of Liberation in America, 84
Carter, Jimmy, 7
Carter, Robert, 78, 79
Chromate industry, 126
Cincinnati Board of Education,

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