"Wolters's work is a refreshing overview and summary of the role W. E. B. Du Bois played in the struggle for equal rights for African Americans during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries in America. The author's analysis of Du Bois's interactions with his best-known rivals (and friends) is invigorating reading for both laymen and professional historians. Wolters's interpretation of the life's work of the preeminent African American scholar . . . is a stimulating new evaluation of a topic that has been well researched and documented by some of the country's leading historians."--North Carolina Historical Review
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