BrownBingb at aol.com
Sun May 25 13:29:17 MDT 2003
From: MARIPOWER716 at aol.com
Subject: Re: The truth about Hitler?/Henry Liu
Jesse Jackson or an Al Sharpton represents and cannot - not, represent
sectors of historically evolved Negro capital. Representative John Conyers
Jr. must strive to represent a certain segment of "Negro Capital" and his
father was one of the first black men in Detroit to have a Ford dealership
perhaps 50 years ago as well as other investments in what was a segregated
CB: John Conyers' father was an autoworker, UAW leader.
John Conyers, the son's, brother, Nate Conyers had the Ford dealership ( It
Also, an auto dealership is not exactly "capital", more "petit capital".
Similarly, in Dubois' era, there was no "Negro capital"as there were no Negro
capitalists, only Negro petit bourgeoisie.
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