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HS A-85, Thursday, April 5, 2007 Lecture #16—The Sixties II, Rise of Black Power and the New Right. Two Other Important Strands of 60s Politics Intertwined with New Left Move from integrationist non-violent CRM to “Black Power” A. Deep origins, not a sudden shift

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Hs a 85 thursday april 5 2007 lecture 16 the sixties ii rise of black power and the new right
HS A-85, Thursday, April 5, 2007Lecture #16—The Sixties II, Rise of Black Power and the New Right

Two Other Important Strands of 60s Politics Intertwined with New Left

  • Move from integrationist non-violent CRM to “Black Power”

    A. Deep origins, not a sudden shift

    B. SNCC key, Stokley Carmichael new voice

    C. Riots in American cities, 1965-68

    D. How explain? Frustrations over reality not meeting rising expectations

    E. Many manifestations of Black Power: Black Panthers, election of blacks to office, “black is beautiful,” campus militance

  • Origins of “New Right” in Sixties

    A. White backlash vs. CRM, New Left

    B. Longer, deeper history than Goldwater in ’64 and Nixon in ’68

    C. Ideology—vs. internationalism, anti-communist, law & order, weak federal govt. & stronger states rights, vs. taxation, some parallels to New Left (anti-bureaucracy, pro-individual responsibility)



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