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Issues of Theory and Practice
. Tambov: Gramota, 2016. 10. P. 33-35.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Historical Sciences and Archeology
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ORGANIZATION "NATION OF ISLAM" - RADICAL RIGHT WING IN MOVEMENT FOR AFRO-AMERICANS CIVIL RIGHTS (THE 1950-1970S)

Akhmetshin Ramil' Il'gizovich
Kazan (Volga Region) Federal University


Abstract. The article analyzes the ideology and functioning of the radical right wing in the movement for Afro-Americans civil rights in the period of its most intensive activity (the 1950-1970s). The "Nation of Islam" phenomenon becomes one of the central problems in the USA racial and ethno-confessional history. The organizations political and cultural activity is a great contribution into the process of the USA social evolution, which only recently started to attract historians interest.
Key words and phrases: " ", , , , , "Nation of Islam", movement for Afro-Americans civil rights, separatism, nationalism, the USA racial and ethno-confessional history.
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