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In 1968, Wells returned from a State Department-sponsored tour of Africa and told a Newsweek correspondent, "We got to one place and they had banners saying 'Welcome Home, Junior'. I told 'em, man I said, this ain't my home, I live one block north of the Loop. Then they asked me what I thought of black power. I said black power is me making it with Aretha Franklin." - from Larry Cohn's Nothing But The Blues

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Here's a link to a dissertation that also came my way via Academia.edu. I've only glanced at the first few pages, so I can't comment on it.

http://d-scholarship.pitt.edu/35233/7/Bagnato%20dissertation%2020180820.pdf

http://d-scholarship.pitt.edu/35233/

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