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War on Error
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War on Error brings together the stories of twelve young people, all vastly different but all American, and all Muslim. Their approaches to religion couldn’t be more diverse: from a rapper of Korean and Egyptian descent to a bisexual Sudanese American to a converted white woman from Colorado living in Cairo and wearing the hijab.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Front Matter
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  1. CONTENTS
  2. pp. v-vi
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  1. FOREWORD
  2. pp. vii-xiv
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  1. THE NAACP IN HISTORIOGRAPHICAL PERSPECTIVE
  2. pp. xv-xxviii
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  1. I. The NAACP at the National Level
  2. p. 1
  1. 1. “All Shadows Are Dark”
  2. pp. 3-14
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  1. 2. In Harlem and Hollywood
  2. pp. 15-28
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  1. 3. “A Gigantic Battle to Win Men’s Minds”
  2. pp. 29-42
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  1. 4. Leading from the Back
  2. pp. 43-58
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  1. 5. Uneasy Alliance
  2. pp. 59-74
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  1. 6. The NAACP and the Challenges of 1960s Radicalism
  2. pp. 75-86
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  1. II. The NAACP at the State, City, and Local Levels
  2. p. 87
  1. 7. The Falls Church Colored Citizens Protective League and the Establishment of Virginia’s First Rural Branch of the NAACP
  2. pp. 89-104
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  1. 8. “To Hope Till Hope Creates”
  2. pp. 105-120
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  1. 9. “It’s Worth One Dollarto Get Rid of Us”
  2. pp. 121-134
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  1. 10. “In No Event Shall a Negro Be Eligible”
  2. pp. 135-154
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  1. 11. Tensions in the Relationship between Local and National NAACP Branches
  2. pp. 155-168
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  1. 12. The Chicago NAACP
  2. pp. 169-184
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  1. 13. The NAACP in California,1914–1950
  2. pp. 185-200
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  1. 14. “Your Work Is the Most Important, but without Branches There Can Be No National Work”
  2. pp. 201-218
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  1. 15. “They Say . . . New York Is Not Worth a D——to Them”
  2. pp. 219-234
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  1. A CHRONOLOGY OF THE NAACP
  2. pp. 235-246
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  1. NOTES
  2. pp. 247-298
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  1. CONTRIBUTORS
  2. pp. 299-302
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  1. INDEX
  2. pp. 303-313
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  1. Back Matter
  2. pp. 343-346
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