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This paper focuses on two leaders and how their divergent strategies for one goal led to them working together without actively coordinating their efforts. The research conducted in the paper is based primarily on the writings of Booker T. Washington and W. E. B. Du Bois. It examines their upbringing and their views on education, labor and voting rights.
African American leadership; Attitude (Psychology); Du Bois; W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt); 1868-1963; Washington; Booker T.; 1856-1915
African American Studies | American Studies | Political History | Political Science | Social History | United States History
Washington, Steven, "The African-American Struggle for Equality: Two Divergent Approaches" (2012). Honors College Theses. 3.