||Seeding, watering and harvesting -- Putting us through changes : civil rights, black power and the black panther party for self defense -- The farmer's harvest : fertile land for African-American gangsterism -- Gangs by any other name : Omega fraternalism and Hoover gangsterism -- One in the chamber : ready-set, aim, now squeeze.
||"Black Vanguards and Black Gangsters: From Seeds of Discontent to a Declaration of War examines the extent to which black gangsterism is a product of civil rights gains, community transition, black flight, social activism, and failed grassroots social movement groups. Unfortunately, the voice of the ghetto was politically tempered, silenced, ignored, and at times rebuked by a black leadership that seemed to be preoccupied with a middle-class integrationist agenda. As a result, a once strong sense of universal brotherhood became fractured and the mood of the oppressed shifted to confusion only to be tempered by relentless frustration, out of which emerged black gangs."--Page 4 of cover.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (pages 77-82).|
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