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Introduction: Moving the Race Mountain 1 1. A World Libertarian:John GloverJackson 20 2. Portrait of a Liberation Scholar:John Henrik Clarke 27 3. A Lifetime of Inquiry: Frank SnowdenJr. 41 4. Writing about African Americans in American History: The Career of John Hope Franklin 63 5. Studies of the African Diaspora: The Work and Reflections of St. Clair Drake 86 6. Blending Scholarship with Public Service: Robert C. Weaver 111 7. Pursuing Fieldwork in African American Communities: Some Personal Reflections of Hylan Lewis 123 8. An Architect of Social Change: Kenneth B. Clark 147 9. Personal Reflections on W. E. B. Du Bois: The Person, Scholar, and Activist, by Herbert Aptheker and Fay Aptheker 158 10. Vindication in Speaking Truth to Power: Herbert Aptheker 193 11. Catching History on the Wing: A. Sivanandan as Activist, Teacher, and Rebel, by Louis Kushnick and Paul Grant 227 Conclusion: Of Jim Crow Old and New 243