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Black Power – Black Power

The first describes the situation, the second emphasizes setting up a program for change.

This article was translated by Google and R.E.

Orientering January 1968

There are now two books in Norwegian that complement one another in a very good way, and together they provide a very exhaustive picture of the situation of the American Negro. One is Kenneth B. Clark's "Black Ghetto," the other is Carmichael and Hamilton's "Black Power." The first is mostly a description of the situation. The other places the greatest emphasis on setting up a program for change.

Clark is a social scientist. However, his book is not typical. . .

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