Part I. The barbers When America came to St. Paul Maurice Jernigan takes a stand On becoming a good Republican The sons of freedom Part II. The entrepreneurs Mr. Douglass and the civilizable characteristics of the colored race Senate Bill No. 181 A certain class of citizens Professor Washington, leader of the race The renaissance of the cakewalk Part III. The radicals Wheaton and McGhee: a tale of two leaders The election of J. Frank Wheaton A call to action A defining moment for McGhee After St. Paul, Niagara The legacy Epilogue: time for a different tone of advocacy.
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Print version: Green, William D. (William Davis), 1950- Degrees of freedom