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Kurashige 9, 10, 11

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Model Minorities and  Problem Minorities AMST 101
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Decline of Black Radicalism  (Kurashige, ch. 9) Review… According to Kurashige, radicalism means? working class agenda, Communist Party,  Popular Front, CIO labor unions In contrast to radicalism:  middle class agenda,  talented tenth, NAACP legal strategy, racial  (moral) uplift Periods of Black/Japanese politics 1900-1920s—Racial uplift over Radicalism 1930s-1940s—Black Radicalism/Japanese uplift 1950s-1960s--???
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Why and how did Black Radicalism  Decline? Process of “Black Containment” (ch. 9) Thesis (205-206) and Chapter 9 Sections 1.  Postwar Retrenchment “Anyone who thinks…that all will be rosy for the  Negro is indulging in delusions…. ‘[T]he forces  of reaction’…sought to take from them the  liberties grudgingly extended during the world  emergency” (207). Loss of Black working-class jobs in 1950s and 1960s,  during period of increased working-class jobs in  LA.  What explains this job loss? (208-209) 2.  The Demise of the “Negro-Labor”Alliance CIO purged of Communists—drops civil 
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