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Product Description: The concept of a more perfect union remains a constant theme in the political rhetoric of Barack Obama. From his now-historic race speech to his second victory speech delivered on November 7, 2012, that striving is evident. “Tonight, more than two hundred years after a former colony won the right to determine its own destiny, the task of perfecting our union moves forward,” stated the forty-fourth president of the United States upon securing a second term in office after a hard-fought political contest...read more
By Hettie V. Williams (editor)

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9781628460216 | Univ Pr of Mississippi, July 17, 2014, cover price $65.00 | About this edition: The concept of a more perfect union remains a constant theme in the political rhetoric of Barack Obama.

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9781496804662 | Reprint edition (Univ Pr of Mississippi, July 29, 2015), cover price $30.00 | About this edition: The concept of a more perfect union remains a constant theme in the political rhetoric of Barack Obama.

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Product Description: Converging Identities is a volume of sixteen essays analyzing the issues of blackness and identity of the African Diaspora in global perspective, but focusing on the United States, the Caribbean, and Latin America. Given the historical factors that prompted Africans to populate different parts of the world, the subject of blackness as a form of identity becomes relevant...read more
By Hettie V. Williams (editor)

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9781611631371 | Carolina Academic Pr, August 6, 2013, cover price $42.00 | About this edition: Converging Identities is a volume of sixteen essays analyzing the issues of blackness and identity of the African Diaspora in global perspective, but focusing on the United States, the Caribbean, and Latin America.

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Product Description: We Shall Overcome to We Shall Overrun uses the metaphor of a nervous breakdown to critique the collapse of the American Civil Rights Movement from a historical perspective. Focusing on the years 1962 to 1968, using a topical chronological approach, this work seeks to discuss the major organizations and personalities central to the African American freedom struggle in the 1960s with an emphasis on the debate over the meaning, the means, and the attainment of 'black power...read more

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9780761843535 | Univ Pr of Amer, December 28, 2008, cover price $29.99 | About this edition: We Shall Overcome to We Shall Overrun uses the metaphor of a nervous breakdown to critique the collapse of the American Civil Rights Movement from a historical perspective.

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