A political companion to Frederick Douglass /
Lexington, Ky. :
University Press of Kentucky,
|Series:||Political companions to great American authors.
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- Introduction: political thought in the shadow of Douglass / Neil Roberts
- Slavery, freedom, agency. Masters, mistresses, slaves, and the antinomies of modernity / Paul Gilroy
- The fight with Covey / Bernard R. Boxill
- Frederick Douglass's master-slave dialectic / Margaret Kohn
- Lectures on liberation / Angela Y. Davis
- Douglass's declarations of independence and practices of politics / Robert Gooding-Williams
- Judgment, intersectionality, human nature. Douglass and political judgment: the post-Reconstruction years / Jack Turner
- Black masculinity achieves nothing without restorative care: an intersectional rearticulation of Frederick Douglass / Ange-Marie Hancock Alfaro
- "The human heart is a seat of constant war": Frederick Douglass on human nature / Nicholas Buccola
- Seed-time and harvest-time: natural law and rational hopefulness in Frederick Douglass's life and times / Peter C. Myers
- The affect of God's law / Vincent Lloyd
- Law-breaker: Frederick Douglass and the rule of law / Anne Norton
- Rhetoric, citizenship, democracy. Frederick Douglass / Herbert J. Storing
- Staging dissensus: Frederick Douglass and "We the people" / Jason Frank
- "A blending of opposite qualities": Frederick Douglass and the demands of democratic citizenship / Nick Bromell.