The Farrakhan Phenomenon: Race, Reaction, and the Paranoid Style in American Politics

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In this penetrating critical analysis of Louis Farrakhan's ascent to national influence, Robert Singh argues that the minister's rise to prominence is a function of race and reaction in contemporary America. Singh probes the origins and significance of Farrakhan in American politics. Drawing on published and unpublished records, personal interviews, and Farrakhan's writings and speeches, Singh places Farrakhan expressly within the "paranoid style" of such reactionaries as Jesse Helms and Joseph McCarthy. Examining ...

The Farrakhan Phenomenon: Race, Reaction, and the Paranoid Style in American Politics 1997, Georgetown University Press, Washington

ISBN-13: 9780878406586

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The Farrakhan Phenomenon: Race, Reaction, and the Paranoid Style in American Politics 1997, Georgetown University Press, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9780878406579

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