Reed argues that DuBois is not best seen as the "premier black intellectual", but rather as a member of a cohort that included other progressive and radical American voices, black and white, including those of Walter Lippman, Randolph Bourne, and Herbert Crowley. On a more abstract level, Reed argues that the best way to analyse Afro-American thought is to place it within the intellectual currents of American history, rather than isolate it from those currents.

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