Bibliographical notes. Bibliography: p. 307-308.
|Other titles||American democracy and the Negro.|
|Statement||[by] Eli Ginzberg and Alfred S. Eichner.|
|Series||A Mentor book|
|Contributions||Eichner, Alfred S.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
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Read this book on Questia. The Troublesome Presence: American Democracy and the Negro by Eli Ginzberg, Alfred S. Eichner, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of The Troublesome Presence: American Democracy and the Negro (). Troublesome presence: democracy and Black Americans by Ginzberg, Eli, ; Eichner, Alfred S. A Troublesome Presence James P. Lubinskas, American Renaissance, August The presence of different races in the United States is an abiding problem that decades of egalitarian liberalism have not solved. OCLC Number: Description: pages 18 cm. Contents: America and the Negro --Colonist and Slave --The Founding Fathers --The Great Silence --The Agony of Lincoln --Victory without Commitment --In Search of a Permanent Majority --The Reconstructed South --The Mind of the North --The War for Democracy --The New Federalism --From Freedom to Equality.
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ginzberg, Eli, Troublesome presence. [New York] Free Press of Glencoe  (OCoLC) THE TROUBLESOME PRESENCE by Eli Ginzberg and Alfred S Eichner. Stated 1st printing (of the Mentor Books edition.) Picture shown is of the actual book. Printed Published by Mentor Books, New York. Standard paperback size (4 1/4 by 7). White cardstock covers (perfect bound) with red and black printing on spine. Rating: % positive. called “a troublesome presence.” Part of the movement’s attractive-ness lay in its idealistic, purely patri-otic nature—colonization was not im-perialism but a program for national uplift and improvement. As the Libe-rian-born professor of history Amos Beyan writes in . ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xviii, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Introduction to the Transaction Edition America and the Negro Colonist and Slave The Founding Fathers The Great Silence The Agony of Lincoln Victory Without Commitment In Search of a Permanent Majority The Reconstructed South