Introduction: The authority of Du Bois -- Politics, race, and the human sciences -- Intimations of immortality and double consciousness -- Du Bois’s counter-sublime -- Between the masses and the folk -- Douglass’s declarations of independence and practices of politics -- Inheriting Du Bois and Douglass after Jim Crow.
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