- Title Pages
- Introduction From Party to Race
- One History, Memory, and One Man’s Vote
- Two Setting Agendas, Demanding Rights, and the Black Press
- Three Women’s Rights, the World’s Fair, and Activists on the National Stage
- Four Challenging Urban Space, Organizing Labor
- Five Virtue, Vice, and Building the Machine
- Six Representation and “Race Men”
- Epilogue Film, History, and the Birth of a Black Political Culture
- Appendix 1 African American Political Leaders in Chicago, 1870–1920
- Appendix 2 Election Results for Mayoral and Aldermanic Candidates in the First, Second, and Third Wards, 1900–1920
- Freedom's Ballot
- University of Chicago Press
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