Examines the intellectual origins and linkages of African and African-American thought. This work highlights critical aspects of the continuity, unity and vitality of Black Thought which have stimulated scientific social research and policy-making in the African and African-American spheres of knowledge and political concerns.
Dr. Mahgoub El-Tigani Mahmoud is Professor of Sociology at Tennessee State University. He received his Ph.D. in Sociology from Brown University.
Commendatory Preface by Ernest Rhodes; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Two Blacks in One, One in Two; Contrasting Black Thought; African Thought in the Diaspora; African-American Political Parties; Change in the African Political Thought; From Socialism to Liberalism; Appendices; Bibliography; Name Index; Subject Index.