Rac(e)Ing to the Right: Selected Essays George S. Schuyler

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University of Tennessee Press, 2011 - 174 páginas

“Rac(e)ing to the Rightis a great read and brings overdue attention to one of the most popular and controversial African American writers in history. . . . These writings reveal both the presence and the limits of conservatism in the African American intellectual tradition.”—Jeffrey A. Tucker, University of Rochester

From the 1920s to the 1970s, George S. Schuyler was one of the country’s most prolific—and controversial—observers of African American life. As journalist, socialist, novelist, right-wing conservative, and, finally, political outcast, his thought was rife with insight and contradiction.

A collection of Schuyler’s political and cultural criticism,Rac(e)ing to the Rightincludes many essays that are not well known as well as pieces that have never before been published. One notable example is the first printed transcript of Schuyler’s 1961 debate on the Black Muslims with Malcolm X, James Baldwin, and C. Eric Lincoln.

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Jeffrey B. Leak is assistant professor of African American literature at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He is the author of Racial Myths and Masculinity in African American Literature.

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