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    Discuss the position of African Americans in the progressive era and compare the two major views of black thought as represented by Booker T. Washington and W.E.B.Du Bois? What would be an ideal response?


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    Not my field but we don't do homework for you. Post your thoughts on the question and someone may discuss them with you. What you won't get is someone giving you a model answer.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PeytonL View Post
    Discuss the position of African Americans in the progressive era and compare the two major views of black thought as represented by Booker T. Washington and W.E.B.Du Bois? What would be an ideal response?
    At least one family (Jones) took the name Booker T to heart and named their kid after him. Booker T and the MG's are one of my favorite instrumental groups of all time. Not many realize they were a racially integrated group. Melting Pot was a favourite tune and I still hum it to myself on occasion, like right now. Not what you're looking for, huh?

    Du Bois started the NAACP I believe or at least was a founding member. Being Canadian whenever I see the name Du Bois I think of the coureur du bois, early French fur traders. Again, not helping is it?

    Fact is I know a lot more but it would be of no benefit to you unless you researched it yourself. Homework questions are easy to spot so you need to refine your technique to obtain answers, like getting a discussion going. Remember you are anonymous so you could take a stand that's guaranteed to provoke. What that is I can't tell you, you'll need to figure it out. Not that it's my MO or anything like that. lol
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