Radical egalitarianism

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Radical egalitarianism is a political theory associated with the ideas of optimistic tendencies, the suggestions that Americans must work in a multiracial society and that citizens must use activism to achieve the ultimate goal of satisfactory conditions for the entire population.

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  • Dawson, Michael C. Black. Visions: The Roots of Contemporary African-American Political Ideologies. 1st ed. Chicago. The University of Chicago Press. 2001. Print.