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Florence H. Levinsohn was an independent journalist who wrote widely on politics and urban affairs. Her books include Harold Washington: A Political Biography; School Desegregation: Shadow and Substance; and, most recently, Belgrade: Among the Serbs.
A meditation on the black experience in America that helped transform the young Eugene Walcott into Louis Farrakhan; on the circumstances that brought him to power as leader of the Nation of Islam; on the policies and programs of this curious but imposing organization; and, most of all, on Farrakhan himselfA the content of his character and the substance of his ideas. OAn important addition to the body of work about Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam.OA Black Studies and Literature.