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Contents Acknowledgments Preface Introduction Part I. Race, Culture, and Anthropology 1. Between Universalism and Particularism: Historiographical Concerns in the History of Anthropology 2. Franz Boas's Paradox and the African-American Intelligentsia 3. A Gifted Amateur: The Case of George Washington Ellis Part II. Between Universalism and Particularism 4. The Internalist-Externalist Controversy in the History of Racial Thought 5. Booker T. Washington: Mythmaker 6. Ulysses G. Weatherly: Anglo-American Moderate 7. A Kind of Conservative: Monroe Nathan Work Conclusion Notes Index
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Race relations -- Philosophy.
Ethnicity -- Philosophy.
African Americans -- Social conditions.