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African-American History 2 Exam 2 Study Guide ORGANIC THINKING RESULTS Niagara Movement (19__): o Opposed racial segregation and disenfranchisement o Opposed accommodation and conciliation NAACP (19__): The N_________ A___________ for the A___________ of C___________ P____________ \ The Crisis Magazine: o The voice for________________. o Today The Crisis still remains the official publication of the _________________. W.E.B. Dubois (author of _________________ ) What is an “organic intellectual”? o Has a particular level of intellect that is connected to the dominant social class and acts as both society’s organizer and thinking element, leading the ideas of their class. o They not simply describe social life in accordance with scientific rules, but rather articulate the feelings and experiences that the other members of society could not express for themselves. The profound importance of Dubois’s scientific achievements where that they laid the materialist foundation for the study of race and racial oppression . Dubois’s most profound statement: o “The problem of the 20 th century is the problem of the ______________.” The political economy: who gets _____, ______, ______, and _____- determined by ___________________. Polarized black leaders in to two primary groups o (1) ____________________ o (2) ____________________ Principles of Pragmatism Human knowledge was severely limited to _____________. The possibilities for changing the world were restricted to the ____________________. As a consequence, there were no revolutionary alternatives to ___________, __________, and ____________. Dubois’s Response to Pragmatism For the young Dubois, pragmatism’s limitations on knowledge and transforming the world were intellectually unacceptable.
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