Rebellion or Revolution? collects reviews and essays Harold Cruse wrote between 1950 and 1966 and contains a number of significant writings not available elsewhere. Now this work emerges as both an essential document from a crucial moment in African American history and a road map to the origins and evolution of Cruse’s critical thought, asserting its importance in today’s debates on race in America._x000B_
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