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By Paula F. Pfeffer

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ISBN-13: 9780807120750

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The third ideological dispute to embroil Messenger staffers resulted from the Socialist party rift over the Russian revolution. Although he had originally hailed the Bolshevik Revolution, Randolph sided with the right-wing Socialists when the party split in 1919 and left-wing Socialists formed a new party affiliated with the Third International at Moscow. Randolph was unalterably opposed to taking direction from a source outside the United States. Most of the West Indian black radicals went 23.

As Afro-Americans first moved to urban areas in the preWorld War I period, a small group of blacks fashioned personalized links with influential whites, becoming their clients. Although the black bourgeoisie stressed that this clientage politics was "race politics," Kilson shows that in reality it was far more beneficial to the elites than to the black masses. Clientage politics thus failed to facilitate the political modernization of the black community. The failure, however, stimulated the institutionalization of cliques and interest groups as a type of black adaptation to urbanization.

Tucker, "The Theory of Charismatic Leadership," in Dankwart A. ), Philosophers and Kings: Studies in Leadership (New York, 1970), 6994; Nelson W. Polsby, "How to Study Community Power: The Pluralist Alternative," Journal of Politics, XXII (August, 1960), 47484. 5. Gary T. Marx and Michael Useem, "Majority Involvement in Minority Movements: Civil Rights, Abolition, Untouchability," Journal of Social Issues, XXVII, No. 1 (1971), 81104. Page 5 Since influential white patrons were a major political resource enabling the black community, or special interests within it, to derive benefits from the political process, ideological cleavages were downplayed.

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