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Author Logan, Rayford Whittingham, 1897-1982.

Title The betrayal of the Negro, from Rutherford B. Hayes to Woodrow Wilson / Rayford W. Logan ; new introduction by Eric Foner.

Published New York : Da Capo Press, 1997.

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 UniM Bail  973.0496073 LOGA    AVAILABLE
Uniform title Negro in American life and thought.
Edition 1st Da Capo Press ed.
Physical description xxiii, 456 pages ; 21 cm
Notes Originally published: New enl. ed. New York : Collier Books, [1965].
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 401-441) and index.
Contents Introduction / Eric Foner -- 1. The Problem -- 2. The "Let Alone" Policy of Hayes -- 3. Dead Center Under Cleveland -- 4. The Reopening Under Harrison -- 5. The Nadir Under McKinley -- 6. The Supreme Court and the Negro -- 7. The Economic Roots of Second-Class Citizenship: Agriculture -- 8. The Economic Roots of Second-Class Citizenship: Organized Labor -- 9. Introduction: The Mind of the North, 1877-1901 -- 10. National Issues in the Northern Press, 1877-1890 -- 11. National Issues in the Northern Press, 1890-1901 -- 12. The "Color Line" in the "New North," 1877-1901 -- 13. The Negro as Portrayed in the Leading Literary Magazines -- 14. The Atlanta Compromise -- 15. The Roots of Recovery -- 16. "A Low, Rugged Plateau" -- 17. "A Shore, Dimly Seen" -- 18. The Negro as Portrayed in Representative Northern Magazines and Newspapers -- 19. Conclusion.
Summary Between the end of Reconstruction in 1877 and the end of World War I in 1918 African Americans experienced their nadir. The Betrayal of the Negro (originally published as The Negro in American Life and Thought and subsequently expanded) is the only full-scale account to document with encyclopedic research this neglected phase in American history. The author examines every aspect of our country's post-Reconstruction retreat from equality: the economic factors, the Supreme Court decisions, Booker T. Washington and his "Era of Compromise", and, in a unique and disturbing survey, the racist caricatures that dominated the most liberal newspapers and magazines of the day. Dispassionate and insightful, Logan unfolds a narrative of national betrayal as harrowing as it is heartbreaking.
Subject African Americans -- Civil rights.
African Americans -- History -- 1877-1964.
Variant Title Betrayal of the Negro.
ISBN 0306807580 (alk. paper)