This new edition of The Black Muslims in America details the formation and development of the Black Muslim movement through its wide-ranging expressions in America today, focusing especially on Louis Farrakhan’s movement as the true successor to the original Nation of Islam founded by Elijah Muhammad.
It delivers a very unbiased account of facts. C. Eric Lincoln’s scholarship gives you the information and allows you to draw conclusions based on the information provided, without interjecting his own opinion.
A century after the Emancipation Proclamation, we are still trying in our country to repair the moral ravages of slavery. Our progress is slow and sluggish. It is this sluggishness that has given rise to the melodramatic black music movement.