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ERIC Number: EJ131890
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1975
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On Being a Black Son in the U.S.A.
Murungi, John J.
Journal of Afro-American Issues, 3, 3&4, 279-290, Sum/F 75
This article, presented as an examination of what it means to be a son in a black family in the contemporary United States, focuses on George Jackson, specifically, the way he views himself in his books. It is argued that the situation in which Jackson found himself expressed not only his reality, but the reality of all black people. (Author/JM)
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