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True to his teachings, Garvey never solicited funds from whites or admitted them to membership in the UNIA. " he challenged blacks to improve their condition. Proud of his blackness, Garvey would not accept advertising in his journal, the Negro World, for products that claimed to whiten black skin or straighten black hair. These were the two most lucrative sources of revenue for the average black publication and, as such, were welcomed by the Messenger. While his listeners appreciated Garvey's argument that blacks, as a minority, would never attain first-class citizenship in the United States, they were less enamored of his corollary: that the only workable solution to the Afro-American problem was the establishment of an independent black nation in Africa.

Publisher : Louisiana State University Press isbn10 | asin : 0807120758 print isbn13 : 9780807120750 ebook isbn13 : 9780585361437 language : English subject Randolph, A. P44 1996eb ddc : subject : Randolph, A. Philip--(Asa Philip),--1889- , African Americans--Civil rights, Trade Unions, Black--United States--History--20th century, African Americans--History--1877-1964, Civil rights movements--United States--History--20th century, African Americans- Page i A. Philip Randolph, Pioneer of the Civil Rights Movement Page ii Chicago Historical Society Page iii A.

According to Martin Kilson, the urbanization experience was essential for black political development. As Afro-Americans first moved to urban areas in the preWorld War I period, a small group of blacks fashioned personalized links with influential whites, becoming their clients. Although the black bourgeoisie stressed that this clientage politics was "race politics," Kilson shows that in reality it was far more beneficial to the elites than to the black masses. Clientage politics thus failed to facilitate the political modernization of the black community.

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