[Buffalo, NY]: [State University of New York at Buffalo], 1976. Hardcover. 376p, buckram boards, unclipped dj, mildly shelfworn dj, compilation by the author of optimistic speeches on African American civil rights in comparison with his earlier work, Rhetoric of Racial Revolt.
Hill includes his own comments on the rise of black studies and affirmative action: "'Appalling' is the onlyh word I know that begins to describe the sneaky way at which critics like Roy Wilkins accuse us of 'separatism.' Our cries for more black professors and black students have padded white colleges with more blacks in two years than decades of whimpering for 'integration' ever did."