In the Path of Virtue: The African American Moral Tradition
Pilgrim Press, 1999 - 166 sivua
In this engaging historical survey of the African American concept of virtue in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, Samuel Roberts explores how virtue became "a vision of a divinely ordered life that impelled its adherents to struggle against the injustice of slavery and to forge communities and structures that could ensure the development of the furthest moral and material possibilities of African Americans".
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THE FIRST STIRRINGS
AFRICAN AMERICAN STRUGGLE AND THE FORGING OF FOUR VIRTUES
THE QUEST FOR JUSTICE AND THE JUST STATE
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