Rhetoric of Black Revolution



Rhetoric of Black Revolution

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"Rhetoric of Black Revolution" . Ed. Arthur L. Smith [Molefi Kete Asante]. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1969. vii+199 pp.

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Toward a revolutionary rhetoric -- Strategies of the revolutionists -- Topics of revolutionary rhetoric -- Nature of the black audience -- Origins of revolutionary themes -- Samples of revolutionary rhetoric: Slavery and the Irish / Charles Lenox Remond; The fourth of July / Frederick Douglass; Can there any good thing come out of Nazareth? / Adam Clayton Powell; The meaning of black power / Franklin Florence; Political struggle in America / Eldridge Cleaver; Free Huey / Bobby Seal.

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Commentary on anthology

• A collection of speeches and oratory, "adding Adam Clayton Powell, Franklin Florence, Eldridge Cleaver, and Bobby Seale to Remond and Douglass" (Kinnamon 1997: 477).

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Kinnamon 1997: 477]

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