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ISBN: 1490553738 / ISBN-13: 9781490553733

Up from Slavery


Booker T. Washington was one of the most important figures in the campaign for racial equality in the U.S.A. He believed in co-operation rather than ... Show synopsis

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  • Up from Slavery (Createspace) – Trade paperback (2013)
    by Booker T Washington

    Up from Slavery

    Trade paperback, Createspace
    144 pages

    ISBN: 1490553738
    ISBN-13: 9781490553733

    Perhaps no other African-American leader has excited a wider range of emotional and intellectual response as Booker T. Washington. Esteemed for his tireless efforts to create opportunities for his oppressed brothers and sisters, renounced for his willingness work with and even seek the favor of their former oppressors, he never lost sight of his goals. Through the tumultuous years of the Civil Rights Movement, it was Frederick Douglass, W.E.B. Du Bois, and other great minds of their era-not Booker T. Washington-whose words ... Show more

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Overall customer rating: 4.500

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by Johnthecoin on Mar 24, 2011

Booker T. Washington was a Christian man. This book can only truly be understood by a fellow Christian. If you are not a Christian you will come up with all sorts of ideas about this book that are wrong, such as it was written for the white reader, or that he was playing a part just to get money for his fellow blacks. Fact is, Jesus Christ changes men. He makes them better, more like Himself. This writers life was changed by Jesus Christ the same way I was, so it resonates well and I know it's true in the best sense. A great book by a great man!

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