Preface 1. Theory in History: Foundations of Resistance and
Non-Violence in the American South 2. Frederick Douglass and the
Ideology of Resistance 3. Booker Washington: 'We Wear the Mask' 4.
Ida Wells and the Management of Violence 5. Dangerous Memories and
Redemptive Possibilities: Reflections on the Life and Work of
Howard Thurman 6. Thurgood Marshall's Pursuit of Equality Through
Law 7. Richard Wright and Black Radical Discourse: The Advocacy of
Violence 8. Martin Luther King: Resistance, Non-Violence and
Community 9. Destroying Everything Segregated I Could Find Fred
Gray and the Legal Campaign for Integration in Alabama 10. Barbara
Jordan: The Politics of Insertion and Accommodation
Preston King is Distinguished Professor of Political Philosophy at Morehouse College, Woodruff Professor at Emory University, and Visiting Professor in the Department of Philosophy at The University of East Anglia. Walter Earl Fluker is Coca Cola Professor of Leadership Studies, Professor of Philosophy and Religion, and Director of the Leadership Center at Morehouse College. He has held positions at Harvard, Vanderbilt, and elsewhere.