The Negro's Morale: Group Identification and Protest, by Arnold M. Rose
The Commission on Community Interrelations of the American Jewish Congress, which has been studying Jewish group morale, decided that studies in the group morale of other minority groups would be helpful, and asked Professor Rose to consider the group morale of the American Negro. This book is the outcome of his study. Professor Rose uses the terms “group morale” and “group identification” more or less synonymously, and considers group morale to be compounded of group pride and group protest—pride in tradition and in individual and group successes, and protest against suppression, discrimination, and prejudice.
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