The Man Who Cried I Am

TitleThe Man Who Cried I Am
Year for Search1967
AuthorsWilliams, John A[lfred](1925-2015)
Date Published1967
PublisherLittle, Brown and Co.
Place PublishedBoston, MA
KeywordsAfrican-American author, Male author
Annotation

Commentary on the racial situation in the U. S. in the form of a fictionalized biography of the writer Richard Wright (1908-60) plus the fictional Central Intelligence Agency plan called the King Alfred Plan for future control of African-Americans by cordoning them off from the rest of the country. Many African-Americans came to believe in the reality of the plan, which mirrored some actual proposals.

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Author Note

African-American author (1925-2015).

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1967 Williams, John A[lfred] (1925-2015). The Man Who Cried I Am. Boston, MA: Little, Brown and Co. UK ed. London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1968. MoU-St

Commentary on the racial situation in the U. S. in the form of a fictionalized biography of the writer Richard Wright (1908-60) plus the fictional Central Intelligence Agency plan called the King Alfred Plan for future control of African-Americans by cordoning them off from the rest of the country. Many African-Americans came to believe in the reality of the plan, which mirrored some actual proposals. African-American author.