The Enduring Crisis of Black Intellectuals In America: *The Crisis of the Negro Intellectual* Roundtable

Suffice to say, the roundtable this week has generated plenty of discussion and debate, both on the blog and at our Facebook page. They merely join a long line of critique—and praise—for Cruse’s book. One of the reasons The Crisis of the Negro Intellectual is such an important work in American intellectual history is that it has generated decades of debate, polemic, and introspection among intellectuals in the United States. Notice that I do not say it started debate among just African American intellectuals—although, for that group, the debates have been important and especially brutal. But we would do well Read more

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