Kurashige 4, 6, 7

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Kurashige, Chs. 4, 6, 7 AMST 101
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The World War II Transformation Divergent Paths for Blacks and Japanese in 1930s and 1940s Blacks move toward working class and interracial politics (radicalization) Move away from middle-class racial uplift and self-help to working-class centered agenda of jobs, fair housing, and interracial organizing
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Black Radicalization What does Kurashige mean by “radical”? American Communist Party NOT Democrats or Republicans Soviet Union NOT United States Working class (proletariat) NOT middle class (bourgeois) Multiracial working-class unity (solidarity) NOT racial nationalism
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Black Radical Politics and the Factors Promoting its Rise over Racial Uplift Great Depression (1929-1941)– Labor Union power rises, include Blacks (CIO). National Negro Congress (NNC) as more
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