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    Countervailing Forces in African-American Civic Activism, 1973-1994

    The changes in black activism since the civil rights movement can be characterized by a tug-of-war between black political power on one side and economic conditions in black communities on the other according to this study. As blacks gain greater access and influence within the political system, black participation in political activities increases while downward turns in the economic conditions of black communities produce less civic involvement in black communities. Examining changes in black activism from the early 1970s to the 1990s, this tug-of-war demonstrates that the quest for black political empowerment and the realities of economic and social life act as countervailing forces. [Fredrick_C._Harris__Valeria_Sinclair-Chapman__Bri_bookos-z1.org_

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