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Unfounded Loyalty: An In-Depth Look Into the Love Affair Between Blacks and Democrats Hardcover – April 1, 2003


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  • Hardcover: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Pneuma Life Publishing (April 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1562290738
  • ISBN-13: 978-1562290733
  • Product Dimensions: 6.1 x 8.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,518,301 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Wayne Perryman has written a great book full of facts not fiction.
Alice Earlywine
The great African American patriots of this country tell a different story of the struggle for equality and the fight for honest, color-blind politics.
J. E. Decker
Democrats should read it so they can push their party to apologize for the atrocities it committed against blacks in America.
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36 of 37 people found the following review helpful By HATTIE M GREENHOUSE on June 17, 2003
Traditionally, Blacks have voted for the Democratic Party based on the assumption that it was the party that "looked out" for Blacks. While that may have been the truth at one time, it no longer exists and hasn't for many years. Mr. Perryman's book, Unfounded Loyalty, exposes, facts, figures, and incidences which prove that the Democratic Party has actually suppressed the Black race, and informs the reader of advantages gained via the Republican Party. This is done in an easy-to-read, nondogmatic style. I highly recommed this book.
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Alice Earlywine on June 20, 2003
Wayne Perryman has written a great book full of facts not fiction. It has been done in a very scholarly manner and would make a great text book for a black history class. He looks at history through non-prejudiced eyes. This book is a must read for ALL AMERICANS. If you are honest and desire to know the truth you will find it in this book. Wayne looks back at what has happened for several decades to show the negative impact of the democratic party on the black people in our country. The freedom they have long sought for and think they have is not always what it seems to be. Wayne does not hold any punches, but in a very fair alalytical way tells the truth. I hope many are set free by reading this truth. I believe this is a must read.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Xola Malik on June 9, 2003
A book for the ages. There have been many people whom have stood up and pointed out misdeeds, injustices, and false representation. Sometimes these people face tremendous trial and trouble, especially when they probe deep into the fibers of the tightly woven fabric of such a lukerative and powerful institution as the Democratic Party. Mr. Perryman as an author takes a very unique approach at exposing very disturbing truths deeply hidden in the history of the Democratic Party. This thought provoking book is going to stir up a lot of controversy and trouble, and put Mr. Wayne Perryman in the hot seat. And rightfully so, how dare a man bring forth the notion that the Democratic Party has been anything but good to African American people? Truth is truth, Mr. Perryman's accurate research brings out the hard hitting facts. Read this book, get informed, and decide where your loyalty should be. In order to understand the tendencies of an institution, you must understand its origination. My eyes are further opened, this is a MUST READ for every person of all nationalities and political background. History and knowledge know no color or political party. Get to the truth.
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33 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Ray Huebner on July 22, 2004
This is a profound book, by Rev. Wayne Perryman. Rev. Perryman is black, religious and makes his living as an investigator in discrimination cases. He researched the period of 1832 to 2002 to answer a question posed to him by some black inner-city young people; "Why are most blacks in America Democrats?"

Among his findings:

- The Democrat Party was solidly pro-slavery prior to the Civil War, seeking to expand slavery to all of the States.

- The Republican Party was founded just prior to the Civil War and was anti-slavery.

- President Lincoln was the first Republican president. President Lincoln changed Vice Presidents for his second term, selecting Andrew Johnson, a pro-slavery Democrat, to broaden his base and appeal to borderline Democrats.

- After the end of the Civil War, Southern Democrats passed Black Codes in the South to suppress, restrict and deny blacks the same privileges that were available to whites.

- Republicans enacted the Freedman Bureau to assist the newly freed slaves.

- Upon being sworn in to replace the assassinated Lincoln, President Johnson stated: "This is a country for white men and long as I am president it will be a government for white men."

- The Ku Klux Klan was formed as the terrorist arm of the Democrat Party.

- Initially in the South after the Civil War, many blacks were Republicans, including many elected officials. The only black US Senator from the South was a Republican until Barbara Jordan, a Democrat, was elected from Texas in 1972.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Cheryl E. Haskins, High School Teacher on June 9, 2003
Unfounded Loyalty is an eye opening look at the facts of black history and role that religion, in particular Christianity, plays in it. I read this book over the course of several days and liked it so much that I bought a copy (28) for all of my graduating seniors at the high school at which I teach. Since it is a school that is 58% African American and 90% students of color over all, I felt it important to challenge their critical thinking skills. They must know the "why" behind what they do and make real choices. I also dedicated a class period to the discussion of several passages from this book. It is a must read for every African American in this country.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By SkepticinSeattle on June 2, 2003
I met Mr. Perryman last year as he was writing this book and was fascinated by the concept of a former Democrat black leader researching the connection between Afrian-Americans and the Democrats. I didn't realize that in the end the facts---Congressional and Presidential records, would show nearly zero advancements made under Democratic leadership and all of the major milestones achieved by Republicans. From slavery to voting to civil rights, Democrats promised, Republicans delivered and Mr. Perryman chronicles it all, backing it up with facts.
Unfounded Loyalty: The Blind Love Affair Between African-Americans and the Democratic Party, is a hard-hitting exposé of the Democratic Party's disgraceful history of oppressing Blacks.
While it exposes a tragic history of abuse of African-Americans, Unfounded Loyalty also reveals the Republican Party's largely unheralded record of supporting Black aspirations.
I highly recommend it!
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