David Hilliard- "The Ideology of the Black Panther Party"

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Hilliard is constantly pointing out the evils of the American system, and shown through examples within our nations history. At the same time, he is trying to get his audience to see that Bobby Seale is just an ordinary man trying to use his constitutional right, the right to bear arms. He turns this around on the U...
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He turns this around on the U.S government, stating that because he is a man of African decent, the constitution is not meant to ensure his race their rights. Most of the time, he seems offending, but you must try and understand the examples that he gives and see the points through them. He begins his introduction with a direct statement: "The ideology of the Black Panther Party is the historical experiences of Black people in America translated through Marxism-Leninism...
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