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  • Mallison, George.
    COLOR AT HOME AND ABROAD.

    Edition: First edition.

    Boston: Christopher Publishing House, (1929) dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - Although this shows some realization of the plight of the Negro in the United States (he describes the introduction of the Negro into America as slaves as the greatest crime in modern history), this is nevertheless rooted in a strong sense of white superiority and within a couple of pages of the introduction he states the basic conclusions upon which this book is based "1. That the White race is the initiator, builder and perserver of civilization. 2. that the Black race is incapable of civilization through any effort of their own and cannot acquire any degree of it except under duress of a superior civilized people" and…

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    Boston: Christopher Publishing House, (1929) dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - Although this shows some realization of the plight of the Negro in the United States (he describes the introduction of the Negro into America as slaves as the greatest crime in modern history), this is nevertheless rooted in a strong sense of white superiority and within a couple of pages of the introduction he states the basic conclusions upon which this book is based "1. That the White race is the initiator, builder and perserver of civilization. 2. that the Black race is incapable of civilization through any effort of their own and cannot acquire any degree of it except under duress of a superior civilized people" and he goes on to say that "amalgamation" in the hands of people of mixed blood would result in the decay of civilization. Much of the book argues against the concept of equality as promoted by scientists and historians, and for his solution of sending all Negroes from the US to land set aside in Africa. INSCRIBED and signed as LLB (Geo Washington, '97) and Cmmdr, US Navy, retired" on the front pastedown Bbiliography, Index. 303 pp.

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    Condition: Very good+ (some offsetting and toning to the endpapers) in black cloth with gilt lettering, in a fair only example of the rather scarce dust jacket. (loss of approximately 1 1/2 inches at top of dj spine, 1/2 inch at bottom, other chips and edgewear)

    Book ID: 66202
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  • THE RULE OF RACIALIZATION: Class, Identity, Governance. by Martinot, Steve.
    Martinot, Steve.
    THE RULE OF RACIALIZATION: Class, Identity, Governance.

    Edition: First printing, a trade paperback, issued simultaneously with hardcover.

    Philadelphia: Temple University Press, (2002). First edition - A book which takes a "new look at the invention of whiteness and how the inextricable links between race and class were formed in the seventeenth century and consolidated by custom, social relations, and eventually naturalized by the structures that organize our lives and our work. Arguing that, unlike in Europe, where class formed around the nation-state, race deeply informed how class is defined in this country and, conversely, our unique relationship to class in this country helped in some ways to invent race as a distinction in social relations. Martinot begins tracing this development in the slave plantations in 1600s colonial life. He examines how the social structures encoded there…

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    Philadelphia: Temple University Press, (2002). First edition - A book which takes a "new look at the invention of whiteness and how the inextricable links between race and class were formed in the seventeenth century and consolidated by custom, social relations, and eventually naturalized by the structures that organize our lives and our work. Arguing that, unlike in Europe, where class formed around the nation-state, race deeply informed how class is defined in this country and, conversely, our unique relationship to class in this country helped in some ways to invent race as a distinction in social relations. Martinot begins tracing this development in the slave plantations in 1600s colonial life. He examines how the social structures encoded there lead to a concrete development of racialization. He then takes us up to the present day, where forms of those structures still inhabit our public and economic institutions." A title in the Labor In Crisis series. Notes, index.xii, 240 pp. Review copy with publisher's materials laid in. ISBN: 1-566399823.

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    Condition: Fine in glossy wrappers, slightly oversized.

    Book ID: 79377
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  • AND DON'T CALL ME A RACIST: A Treasury of Quotes on the Past, Present, and Future of the Color Line in America. by Mazel, Ella, selected and arranged by.
    Mazel, Ella, selected and arranged by.
    AND DON'T CALL ME A RACIST: A Treasury of Quotes on the Past, Present, and Future of the Color Line in America.

    Edition: Trade paperback.

    Lexington, MA: Argonaut Press (1998). Includes more than 1,000 quotes from Langston Hughes, James Baldwin, Martin Luther King, Lillian Smith, Arthur Ashe, Studs Terkel, and hundreds of others, on what it means to be black in the United States. Square format. Includes an index of the sources and another of the people being quoted. 164 pp.

    Condition: Near fine in yellow and white wrappers.

    Book ID: 67838
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  • Montagu, Ashley.
    STATEMENT ON RACE: An Extended Discussion in Plain Language of the UNESCO Statement by Experts on Race Problems.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Henry Schuman, (1951.) dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - SIGNED by author on front endpaper. Includes an Appendix with the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, references, bibliography, index. 172 pp.

    Condition: Near fine in very good dust jacket (chipping and wear to dj at ends of spine.)

    Book ID: 34503
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  • THE CONCEPT OF RACE. by Montagu, Ashley, editor
    Montagu, Ashley, editor
    THE CONCEPT OF RACE.

    Edition: Hardcover.

    New York: Free Press of Glencoe / Macmillan, (1964) dj. Hardcover - Ten scientists - including Jean Hiernaux, Lancelot Hogben, Paul Ehrlich, S.L. Washburn, and Montagu himself - attack the concept of race as a biologically unsound, socially invalid and prejudicial means of human classification. Maps, charts, references at the end of each essay. Glossary, index. xviii, 279 pp.

    Condition: Near fine brick red cloth in very good dust jacket (short tear near top of spine, some rubbing to dj)

    Book ID: 80118
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  • THE DEVELOPMENT OF SEGREGATIONIST THOUGHT. by Newby, I. A. , editor
    Newby, I. A. , editor
    THE DEVELOPMENT OF SEGREGATIONIST THOUGHT.

    Edition: Trade paperback - 3rd printing.

    Homewood IL: Dorsey Press, (1969). "The first anthology of the literature of segregation and white supremacy. The readings span three-quarters of a century to reveal the nature, intensity, and tenacity of anti-Negro ideas and the reasons for them. " Among these articles are those by Robert Bennett Bean published in 1906 on "The Negro Brain" and Shaler on the permanence of racial characteristics, and others defending the South, calling on religion to support segregation, on the horror of interracial marriage and more. Even generally respected historians like Hubert Howe Bancroft did not hesitate to express opinions like "the freed African is a failure." Includes an epilogue of a rebuttal to the ideas and distortions in these collected pieces and a bibliographical essay. 177 pp

    Condition: Near fine.

    Book ID: 52969
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  • WHO'S AFRAID OF A LARGE BLACK MAN? by [Obama, Barack] Barkley, Charles, Edited and with an introduction by Michael Wilbon
    [Obama, Barack] Barkley, Charles, Edited and with an introduction by Michael Wilbon
    WHO'S AFRAID OF A LARGE BLACK MAN?

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Penguin, (2005.) dj. Hardcover first edition - Former NBA star talks frankly and openly about race and racism and how it affected their lives, with interviewees ranging from students to KKK members, addressing such issues as interracial relationships, affirmative action, and racial stereotypes. Among those interviewed were Barack Obama, former President Bill Clinton, author Marita Golden, Tiger Woods, Samuel L. Jackson and many more. 236 pp. ISBN: 1-59420-042-4.

    Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket.

    Book ID: 43501
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  • RACIAL PREJUDICE. by Pascoe, Elaine.
    Pascoe, Elaine.
    RACIAL PREJUDICE.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Franklin Watts, 1985. dj. Hardcover first edition - An examination of the vicious racial stereotypes which have affected tge treatment of African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanics and Native Americans from colonial times to the present. It analyzes the economic inequalities that continue to affect these minorities - hurting both them and the US as a whole - even after some of the most blatant discriminatory became a thing of the past. A title in the Issues in American History series. Photographs, suggestions for further reading, index. 118 pp. ISBN: 0-53110057X.

    Condition: Ex-library in a sturdy library binding, with the usual markings and a few penciled notations in the margins, but overall tight and clean in a very good dust jacket (spine label)

    Book ID: 79064
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  • Peters, William.
    A CLASS DIVIDED.

    Edition: First printing.

    Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1971. dj. Hardcover first edition - Rather uncommon first edition of this now classic experiment in discrimination, basis for a television show "The Eye of the Storm." After the assassination of Martin Luther King, an elementary school teacher in all white school in Iowa struggled to make her students understand what it might be like to be black, and she came up with the idea of dividing the class on the basis of eye color. One day those with blue eyes were on top, the next those with brown eyes. The experiment succeeded all too well. 126 pp.

    Condition: Ex-library with the usual markings, but overall tight and clean in a near fine unmarked dust jacket.

    Book ID: 79274
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  • CROSSING THE COLOR LINE: Race, Parenting and Culture. by Reddy, Maureen T.
    Reddy, Maureen T.
    CROSSING THE COLOR LINE: Race, Parenting and Culture.

    Edition: First printing.

    New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, (1994) dj. Hardcover first edition - Essays on some aspects of her life as a white woman, married to a black man and raising interracial children. Although written more than 20 years ago, the beginning of the preface could have come from today's news, as Reddy realizes that her son, who is playing a game of hide-and-seek, is now old enough and tall enough to be mistaken for "the urban predator of television-fueled nightmares, ready to spring from the bushes." She realizes she has waited too long to warn him - that he has to keep his hands out of his pockets when in stores, how to talk to the police when they…

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    New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, (1994) dj. Hardcover first edition - Essays on some aspects of her life as a white woman, married to a black man and raising interracial children. Although written more than 20 years ago, the beginning of the preface could have come from today's news, as Reddy realizes that her son, who is playing a game of hide-and-seek, is now old enough and tall enough to be mistaken for "the urban predator of television-fueled nightmares, ready to spring from the bushes." She realizes she has waited too long to warn him - that he has to keep his hands out of his pockets when in stores, how to talk to the police when they stop him on his bicycle, etc. A very personal and deeply felt book. Bibliography, index. xvi, 193 pp. ISBN: 0-8135-2105X.

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    Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket (a new copy.)

    Book ID: 62508
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  • THE AMERICAN RACE PROBLEM: A Study of the Negro. by Reuter, Edward Bryon.
    Reuter, Edward Bryon.
    THE AMERICAN RACE PROBLEM: A Study of the Negro.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company, (1927). Hardcover first edition - Topics include the Negro Population, racial differences; the health of the Negro, Negro Sex and Family Life, economic status of the Negro, education of the Negro, the growth of race consciousness; and more. A title in the Crowell's Social Science Series under the editorship of Seba Eldridge. index. xii, 448.

    Condition: Very good in dark blue cloth covered boards with gilt lettering on spine (some underlining and marginal notes, prev owner's name.)

    Book ID: 55725
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  • RACE AND INTELLIGENCE: Fallacies Behind the Race - IQ Controversy. by Richardson, Ken and David Spears, editors.
    Richardson, Ken and David Spears, editors.
    RACE AND INTELLIGENCE: Fallacies Behind the Race - IQ Controversy.

    Edition: Paperback original - first printing.

    Baltimore, MD: Penguin, (1972). First edition - A collection of essays from psychological, sociological, and biological perspectives about intelligence and the nature versus nurture controversy. Suggestions for further reading at the end of each article. Index. 205 pp. ISBN: 0-140215921.

    Condition: Near fine.

    Book ID: 80349
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  • THE DEBT: What America Owes to Blacks by Robinson, Randall.
    Robinson, Randall.
    THE DEBT: What America Owes to Blacks

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Dutton, (2000). Hardcover first edition - A book which argues that the United States must be prepared to make restitution for its long history of slavery and discrimination - he points out that "No race, ethnic or religious group has suffered as much over so long a span as blacks have and do still, at the hands of those who benefited ... from slavery and the century of legalized American racial hostility that followed it." Twenty years later, not much has changed, but at least the issue of reparations is being discussed again. Sources, index. 262 pp. ISBN: 0-525945245.

    Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket.

    Book ID: 76212
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  • ALIEN AMERICANS: A Study of Race Relations. by Schrieke, B.
    Schrieke, B.
    ALIEN AMERICANS: A Study of Race Relations.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Viking, 1936. Hardcover first edition - A study of Negro life and education, and of the American reaction to bi-racial situations in general, funded by the Julius Rosenwald foundation. The author, who had extensive experience with race relations in the Orient, had never visited the US before the trip during which he researched these issues. Among the chapters are the Chinese in California, Japanese in California, Mexicans and Indians, Negro education, etc. Bibliography, index. 208 pages.

    Condition: Ex-library with signs of pocket removal, embossed stamp on title page, some soiling to cloth covers, but otherwise good condition.

    Book ID: 27152
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  • LANGHORN AND MARY; A 19th Century American Love Story. by Sharp, Priscilla Stone.
    Sharp, Priscilla Stone.
    LANGHORN AND MARY; A 19th Century American Love Story.

    Edition: First printing.

    Phoenix, AZ: Ambrosia Books, (2003). SIGNED hardcover first edition - Fictionalized history of an interracial couple in Bucks County, PA, during the years from 1835-1865, a time of turmoil, abolitionist activity and the Civil War, written by a great grandniece. SIGNED on the half title page and dated in the year of publication. Excerpts from contempary newspaper articles are included throughout. References, index. xviii, 462 pp. ISBN: 0-972751904.

    Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket.

    Book ID: 70888
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  • A COUNTRY OF STRANGERS: Blacks and Whites in America. by Shipler, David K.
    Shipler, David K.
    A COUNTRY OF STRANGERS: Blacks and Whites in America.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1997. dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - SIGNED on the front endpaper. A comprehensive look at how ordinary Americans see each other by this Pulitzer prize winning author. Included are discussions of the stereotypes and unconscious assumptions that permeate the thinking of most people, even the most unbiased, a look at the biculturalism of many black people who move back and forth between the white world and black world, of interracial families and much more. Notes, index. 607 pp. ISBN: 0-394-589750.

    Condition: Very near fine in a like dustjacket.

    Book ID: 47385
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  • A COUNTRY OF STRANGERS: Blacks and Whites in America. by Shipler, David K.
    Shipler, David K.
    A COUNTRY OF STRANGERS: Blacks and Whites in America.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1997. dj. Hardcover first edition - A comprehensive look at how ordinary Americans see each other by this Pulitzer prize winning author. Included are discussions of the stereotypes and unconscious assumptions that permeate the thinking of most people, even the most unbiased, a look at the biculturalism of many black people who move back and forth between the white world and black world, of interracial families and much more. Notes, index. 607 pp. ISBN: 0-394-589750.

    Condition: Very near fine in a like dustjacket.

    Book ID: 53547
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  • EVOLUTION OF RACISM: The Human Differences and the Use and Abuse of Science. by Shipman, Pat
    Shipman, Pat
    EVOLUTION OF RACISM: The Human Differences and the Use and Abuse of Science.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Simon & Schuster, (1994) dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - A book by this award-winning scientist and author, which "combines a history of evolutionary theory with a study of its impact on ideas about race and racism to explain how the fear of making politically unacceptable discoveries has prevented scientists from honestly exploring human racial differences." Includes a discussion of the work of Darwin, Thomas Huxley and Ashley Montagu as well as less well-known but influential figures like Ernst Haeckel, the father of the eugenics movement and Carleton Coons who became the subject of a bitter academic feud. INSCRIBED on the front endpaper to the late noted Oklahoma book collector, Larry Owens. Notes, Bibliography, Index. 318 pp. ISBN: 0-671754602.

    Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket.

    Book ID: 82376
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  • Simone, Timothy Maliqalim.
    ABOUT FACE: RACE IN POSTMODERN AMERICA.

    Edition: First printing, a trade paperback, not issued in hardcover.

    New York: Autonomedia, 1989. First edition - Includes 27 pages of references. 247 pages. ISBN: 0-936756-357.

    Condition: Fine.

    Book ID: 21485
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  • Stanton, Bill
    KLANWATCH: Bringing the Ku Klux Klan to Justice.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Grove Weidenfeld, 1991 dj. Hardcover first edition - In depth account of the Klanwatch and their tactics to fight the Ku Klux Klan. Index. 277 pages. Photograghs. ISBN: 0-8021-13273.

    Condition: Near fine in near fine dust jacket.

    Book ID: 17654
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  • Stiller, Richard.
    THE WHITE MINORITY: Pioneers for Racial Equality.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, (1977.) dj. Hardcover first edition - A look at a small number of white Americans who warned, over a 100 years ago, that if blacks were not treated equally with whites the entire nation would suffer. Focuses on three men: Southern novelist George Washington Cable, slaveowner and later Supreme Court Justice John Harlan, and novelist and Republican 'carpetbagger' Albion Tourgee. Illustrated with many vintage photographs. Written for young adults. Notes for further reading, index. 120 pp. ISBN: 0-152958770.

    Condition: Fine in near fine dust jacket (price-clipped.)

    Book ID: 34641
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  • J.W. THINKS BLACK: Volume Number Two in the John Wesley, Jr. Series. by Stowell, Jay S.
    Stowell, Jay S.
    J.W. THINKS BLACK: Volume Number Two in the John Wesley, Jr. Series.

    Edition: Reprint.

    Freeport, NY: Books for Libraries Press, 1972. Hardcover - Originally published in 1922, this uses fiction to as an introduction to the race problem in America, and especially the effects of the northward migration in the early 20th century. "To all the young men and women of the 20th century who have caught the vision and are working to usher in the day when individuals of all races everywhere shall have a fair chance at the good things of life." It begins with an almost successful lynching and continues with J.W. becoming involved in the work of the Methodist Episcopal Church among American Negroes. Illustrated with photographs showing African-Americans at work and in educational settings, mostly in the South.…

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    Freeport, NY: Books for Libraries Press, 1972. Hardcover - Originally published in 1922, this uses fiction to as an introduction to the race problem in America, and especially the effects of the northward migration in the early 20th century. "To all the young men and women of the 20th century who have caught the vision and are working to usher in the day when individuals of all races everywhere shall have a fair chance at the good things of life." It begins with an almost successful lynching and continues with J.W. becoming involved in the work of the Methodist Episcopal Church among American Negroes. Illustrated with photographs showing African-Americans at work and in educational settings, mostly in the South. A title in the Black Heritage Library Collection. 179 pp.

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    Condition: Ex-library with the usual markings, but overall tight and clean in black cloth, no dust jacket as issued.

    Book ID: 84202
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  • GOMILLION VERSUS LIGHTFOOT. by Taper, Bernard.
    Taper, Bernard.
    GOMILLION VERSUS LIGHTFOOT.

    Edition: Trade paperback.

    New York: McGraw-Hill, (1962). "Apartheid in Alabama." A book about the case argued before the Supreme court regarding the denial of African-American voting rights in Tuskegee, Alabama perpetrated through the gerrymandering of the township's boundaries - that is from a square to a 28 sided district that excluded all African Americans. Map. Named a notable book of 1962, this is still relevant today. 118 pp.

    Condition: Very good.

    Book ID: 76543
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  • THE DECLINING SIGNIFICANCE OF RACE: Blacks and Changing American Institutions. by Wilson, William Julius.
    Wilson, William Julius.
    THE DECLINING SIGNIFICANCE OF RACE: Blacks and Changing American Institutions.

    Edition: Second edition, trade paperback.

    Chicago: University of Chicago Press, (c 1980). Winner of the Sydney M. Spivak award. This edition includes a new essay by Wilson on the controversy surrounding this book when it was first published in 1978, and on the intersection of race, class and social policy. Extensive notes, index. xii, 249 pp. ISBN: 0-226901297.

    Condition: Good overall - some scattered underlining, peeled spot on back cover from sticker removal.

    Book ID: 77661
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  • BACKFIRE: A Reporter's Look at Affirmative Action. by Zelnick, Robert.
    Zelnick, Robert.
    BACKFIRE: A Reporter's Look at Affirmative Action.

    Edition: 2nd printing.

    Washington, D.C.: Regnery Publishing, (1996) dj. Hardcover - From the Back Cover: "Zelnick looks past the good intentions to how affirmative action really works in such areas as voting rights, employment, minority set-asides, mortgage and insurance regulation, and education. Buttressing his case with the latest research data and scores of real-life examples, Zelnick shows overwhelmingly that affirmative action: favors the less qualified over the more qualified; endangers public safety in such areas as crime and fire prevention, and even medical care . . .brings few benefits to those most in need of help, and benefits mostly those who don't need it; distracts from - and even exacerbates the real causes of misery among inner city blacks." One reviewer commented:…

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    Washington, D.C.: Regnery Publishing, (1996) dj. Hardcover - From the Back Cover: "Zelnick looks past the good intentions to how affirmative action really works in such areas as voting rights, employment, minority set-asides, mortgage and insurance regulation, and education. Buttressing his case with the latest research data and scores of real-life examples, Zelnick shows overwhelmingly that affirmative action: favors the less qualified over the more qualified; endangers public safety in such areas as crime and fire prevention, and even medical care . . .brings few benefits to those most in need of help, and benefits mostly those who don't need it; distracts from - and even exacerbates the real causes of misery among inner city blacks." One reviewer commented: "If America is moving toward a consensus that affirmative action has outlived its usefulness, then this attack underscores the resentment driving that movement." Notes, index. xiii, 415 pp. ISBN: 0-895264552.

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    Condition: Fine in very good dust jacket (creasing to bottom edge of back cover of dj)

    Book ID: 78804
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  • WILMINGTON'S LIE: The Murderous Coup of 1898 and the Rise of White Supremacy. by Zucchino, David.
    Zucchino, David.
    WILMINGTON'S LIE: The Murderous Coup of 1898 and the Rise of White Supremacy.

    Edition: Uncorrected proof (trade paperback format. )

    New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, (2002). First edition - 2021 winner of the Pulitzer Prize for nonfiction. Based on contemporary newspaper reports, diaries and letters, this tells the history of a brutal insurrection which was "the only violent overthrow of an elected government in American history. It halted gains made by blacks and restored racism as official government policy, cementing white rule for another 70 years. It was not a race riot as the events of November 1898 came to be known, but rather a racially-motivated rebellion launched by white supremacists." In 1898 Wilmington, North Carolina, was an "example of a mixed-race community - a bustling port city with a thriving African American middle class and a government made…

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    New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, (2002). First edition - 2021 winner of the Pulitzer Prize for nonfiction. Based on contemporary newspaper reports, diaries and letters, this tells the history of a brutal insurrection which was "the only violent overthrow of an elected government in American history. It halted gains made by blacks and restored racism as official government policy, cementing white rule for another 70 years. It was not a race riot as the events of November 1898 came to be known, but rather a racially-motivated rebellion launched by white supremacists." In 1898 Wilmington, North Carolina, was an "example of a mixed-race community - a bustling port city with a thriving African American middle class and a government made up of Republicans and Populists, including black aldermen, police officers, and magistrates. With a coordinated campaign of intimidation and violence, the Democrats sharply curtailed the black vote and stuffed ballot boxes to steal the 1898 mid-term election. Two days later, more than 2,000 heavily armed white nightriders known as Red Shirts swarmed through Wilmington, terrorizing women and children and shooting at least 60 black men dead in the streets while hundreds of local African Americans took refuge in nearby swamps and forests." It also follows the lives of some of the residents after the insurrection - some ending in despair, one becoming the first African American judge appointed to a federal court - but all with one thing in common: they never went back. Notes. 393 pp.

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    Condition: Fine in gray printed wrappers.

    Book ID: 79209
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