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King & Dubois / A Comparison
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An 8 page research paper which examines the similarities between two great Civil Rights leaders: Martin Luther King, Jr. and W.E.B. Dubois. The writer shows that although the basic philosophy of King and turn-of-century writer and activist, Dubois, differ considerably at first glance, the writer shows that there was a fundamental similarity at the heart of the two men's philosophies. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Kingdubs.wps

W.E.B. Du Bois's 'The Souls of Black Folks' / An Analysis
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A 5 page analysis of W.E.B. Du Bois's The Souls of Black Folks. The writer discusses the controversial nature of the 1913 publication, the meaning of Du Bois's message, and the audience which he addressed. Bibliography lists two sources.
Filename: Souls.wps

W.E.B. DuBois & The Concept of Race
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A 9 page, critical analysis of W.E.B. DuBois' concept of race. The writer posits that we certainly should not cease to reflect our culture at the moment we are declared American; for Americans maintain any exclusive culture without the foundation of external roots. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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W.E.B. DuBois' 'The Souls of Black Folk' / Double Consciousness
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A 5 page paper discussing W.E.B. Du Bois' feeling that the black American feels irrevocably conflicted in his assessment of himself as a black on the one hand and an American on the other. The paper points out this idea's roots in the conflict between Booker T. Washington's bland assimilationism and Du Bois' deeper, more realistic insight. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: Blackfol.doc

Martin Luther King, Jr. & A. Philip Randolph / Comparison
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A 5 page analysis and research paper that looks at the lives of these two influential Civil Rights Leaders. The name of Martin Luther King, Jr. is immediately recognizable as one of the principal architects of the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s. Through his speeches and his writing, King was able to articulate the feelings of his generation of African-Americans and to motivate them toward political activism. The name of A. Philip Randolph is far less familiar outside of the African-American community; however, like King, Randolph was one of the principal motivator of his generation and a pioneer in gaining civil rights for African-Americans. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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General Benjamin O. Davis, SR.
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10 pages in length. General Benjamin O. Davis, Sr., was perhaps the most influential African-American in the history of the United States military. His efforts to desegregate troops opened doors for all black men who subsequently enlisted in the Army. The writer traces General Davis' illustrious career, as well as touches upon his contributions to the black military community.
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A Joint Interview with Booker T. Washington and Theodore Roosevelt
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A 10 page 'interview' with these two leaders in 1901, the year Booker T. Washington published his autobiography after 20 years of success at Tuskegee Institute, and the year during which President William McKinley was assassinated, leaving his Vice President, Theodore Roosevelt, to take office as President. The 'interview' questions childhood experiences, factors contributing to their success, the importance of good character, party affiliation rationale, the role of blacks in America and the future outlook for them, and America's future overall. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Btwr.wps

Booker T. Washington's Address
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8 pages in length. Discussion of Booker T. Washington's infamous address at the Cotton States and International Exposition in Atlanta, Georgia (1895). Analyzes speech's effectiveness, organization, motives, and audience from a persuasive communication perspective. Includes relevant terminology and theories cited from 1 communications textbook listed in bibliography.
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