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review Black Reconstruction in America 1860-1880 103 After four centuries of bondage the nineteenth century marked the long awaited release of millions of black slaves Subseuently these former slaves attempted to reconstruct the basis of American democracy W E B Du Bois one of the greatest intellectual leaders in United States history evaluates the twenty years of fateful history that followed the Civil War with special reference to the efforts and experiences of African AmericansDu Bois's w. I ve read lots of parts of this book especially in the research for my book but I just finally read it start to finish and it was just really depressing I think DuBois is one of America s greatest writers and thinkers Note not best black writer No caveats He called out the Reconstruction myth before the modern revisionists He studies and tracked and called out racism and capitalism All of our race vs class flights that we think we just invented he already discussed that DuBois figured it all out a long time ago and no one listened so he had to leave to Ghana We didn t deserve him

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review Black Reconstruction in America 1860-1880 103 Irectly traceable to American slavery on which modern commerce and industry was founded Du Bois argues Moreover the resulting color caste was adopted forwarded and approved by white labor and resulted in the subordination of colored labor throughout the world As a result the majority of the world's laborers became part of a system of industry that destroyed democracy and led to World War I and the Great Depression This book tells that stor. Basic elements of the story of America s civil war will be familiar to many who have grown up in this country Yet as WEB DuBois shows in the final chapter of this book there are myths and propaganda that can occlude understanding This book demystifies by filling in the spaces outside of the physical battlefields with an exhaustive mass of data It is well organized with each chapter beginning with a summary and ending with a song or a poemOthers reviewers stress economic elements of DuBois work This is certainly a part of his study yet his deep analysis also reveals many facets of the complex politics at play in mid to late 19th century North America While there are moments when DuBois acknowledges individual contributions to the tasks inherent in rebuilding the republic characterization of people within different classes prevails throughout the work His most central insight may be that while the reconstruction s project of land reform was a failure education was an unexpected successThe fact of the matter was that in the pre war South there were two obstacles to a free public school system The first was the attitude of the owners of property They did not propose under any circumstances to be taxed for the public education of the laboring class They believed that laborers did not need education that it made their exploitation difficult and that if any of them were really worth educating they would somehow escape their condition by their own effortsThe second obstacle was that the white laborers did not demand education and saw no need of it save in exceptional cases They accepted without murmur their subordination to the slaveholders and looked for escape from their condition only to the possibility of becoming slaveholders themselves Education they regarded as a luxury connected with wealth It was the other part of the laboring class the black folk who connected knowledge with power who believed that education was the stepping stone to wealth and respect and that wealth without education was crippled Perhaps the very fact that so many of them had seen the wealthy slaveholders at close range and knew that extent of ignorance and inefficiency among them led to that extraordinary mass demand on the part of the black laboring class for education And it was this demand that was the effective force for the establishment of the public school in the South on a permanent basis for all people and all classes from page 641The book is also useful for those studying the history of Florida Louisiana Georgia and Mississippi The Barons Lady resulting color caste was adopted forwarded and approved by white labor and NIV Archaeological Study Bible resulted in the subordination of colored labor throughout the world As a Q result the majority of the world's laborers became part of a system of industry that destroyed democracy and led to World War I and the Great Depression This book tells that stor. 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review Black Reconstruction in America 1860-1880 103 Ords best indicate the broader parameters of his work the attitude of any person toward this book will be distinctly influenced by his theories of the Negro race If he believes that the Negro in America and in general is an average and ordinary human being who under given environment develops like other human beings then he will read this story and judge it by the facts adducedThe plight of the white working class throughout the world is d. DuBois massive Black Reconstruction is a challenging read but well worth the effort and timeBefore this book mainstream American history portrayed Black slaves as passive recipients of the gift of freedom and blamed them for the failure of the Reconstruction governments DuBois turned this analysis around and showed how four million Black people won their own freedom won the right to vote and started to build a real American democracy in the wake of the Civil War before Southern and Northern whites betrayed their experiment An early highlight of the book is DuBois chapters on the General Strike and The Coming of the Lord where he describes how slaves deserted the fields flocked to the Union armies took up arms and fought for their own freedom in the hundreds of thousands The best part of the book though was DuBois in depth look at how Southern whites tried to re enslave African Americans after the war and how African Americans won the right to vote His analysis of the temporary alliance between Blacks and abolitionists and Northern capital was fascinating Throughout DuBois treats the movement among African Americans as essential part of the US labor movement and points out the weakness of the sections of the white labor movement that tried to grow by excluding or ignoring the Black movement He uotes from some sources at length and these can slow you down But overall the style of the book is beautiful powerful and moving