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William R Corson
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Corson is not sufficiently interested in black college students per se to survey their differing backgrounds, aspirations, et. he generalizes from interviews and acquaintances with Howard students

Corson is not sufficiently interested in black college students per se to survey their differing backgrounds, aspirations, et. he generalizes from interviews and acquaintances with Howard students. And he never specifies who The Black Revolutionaries are; but the notion serves to launch a series of premonitory fantasies, which dominate the book-urban guerrillas fusing phone cables, neutralizing the army, waging ""dark nights of terror.

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In America Nancy Pelosi has moved against President Donald Trump. It is not the moment to cheer. AMERICA ALMOST didn’t have a president. The men who arrived at the constitutional convention in 1787 brought with them a horror of monarchy. Absent a figure of George Washington’s stature, the young country might have adopted a parliamentary system of government. Yet having created the office, the founders had to devise a way to remove presidents who abuse their positions-not all people are Washingtons.

William R. Corson, Promise or Peril: The Black College Student in America (New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 1970), p. 65 (Howard militants citation); BOSA-CUA Seeks Black Awareness, TOW, October 18, 1968. 65 (Howard militants citation); BOSA-CUA Seeks Black Awareness, TOW, October 18, 1968, CATU Archives; Black Group Causes Varied Feelings, OGB, November 26, 1968, WFU Archives; The Negro at Integrated College: Now He’s Proud of His Color, NYT .

Other books by William Corson include Promise or Peril; the Black College Student in America (1970), New KGB: Engine of Soviet Power (1985), The Armies of Ignorance: The Rise of the American Intelligence Empire (1986). He also taught history at Howard University and wrote a regular column for Penthouse Magazine. Corson also worked as an unofficial adviser to Frank Church and the Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations with Respect to Intelligence Activities.

He created the Give Something Back Foundation, which gives college scholarships to students from modest backgrounds. Dirk Johnson is a former bureau chief for the New York Times and Newsweek magazine. He is the author of two other nonfiction books, Biting the Dust and Meth.