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  • Allen, Bonnie.
    WE ARE OVERCOME: Thoughts on Being Black in America.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Crown, 1995. dj. Hardcover first edition - Irreverent essays dissecting the current state of affairs between blacks and whites by this black female political/social humorist. ISBN: 0517597594.

    Condition: Very near fine in a like dustjacket.

    Book ID: 16015
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  • NO NAME IN THE STREET. by Baldwin, James.
    Baldwin, James.
    NO NAME IN THE STREET.

    Edition: Uncorrected proof (trade paperback format. )

    New York: Dial Press, 1972. First edition - Uncommon advance issue (cover says "Uncorrected Galleys") of this very personal book by one of the most important African American novelist, essayist and playwright - this deals with the history of the 1960's and early 1970's. He remembers the Harlem childhood that shaped his early conciousness, the murders of Martin Luther King and Malcolm X, his sojourns in Europe and in Hollywood, and his return to the American South to confront a violent America, including the killing of George Jackson, the trial of Angela Davis. 190 pp.

    Condition: Very good (tape reinforcement to the spine, handwritten notation on the cover 'please do not review until' with an arrow down to 'May 26,1972.'

    Book ID: 42231
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  • QUEEN SUGAR. by Baszile, Natalie.
    Baszile, Natalie.
    QUEEN SUGAR.

    Edition: Advance Reading Copy (trade paperback format. )

    New York: Pamela Dorman Books / Viking, (2014). First edition - The author's first novel, a story of complicated family relationships. When a young African American California woman unexpectedly inherits a sugarcane farm in southern Louisiana, she sees this as a chance to start over. She moves there with her 11 year old daughter determined to succeed, despite a mountain of debt and no idea what she is really getting into. Book was very loosely adapted as the basis for the highly praised Ava DuVernay produced television series for the Oprah Winfrey Network. 372 pp.

    Condition: Fine in illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 79466
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  • CHAINS OF FEAR: American Race Relations Since Reconstruction. by Cassity, Michael J.
    Cassity, Michael J.
    CHAINS OF FEAR: American Race Relations Since Reconstruction.

    Edition: First printing.

    Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, (1984.). Hardcover first edition - Number 3 in the series "Grass Roots Perspectives on American History" - An introduction to the roots of American racism, with chapters on migration, the Klan, Jim Crow, lynching, Harlem Renaissance, segregation in baseball, busing, etc. Index. xxxv, 253 pp.,. ISBN: 0-313-213240.

    Condition: Ex-library in dark red cloth with relatively few markings - a tight copy (as is typical of Greenwood Press publications, many copies went to libraries), but with some highlighting, especially in the introduction, but also scattered throughout.

    Book ID: 39879
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  • IF A TREE FALLS AT LUNCH PERIOD. by Choldenko, Gennifer.
    Choldenko, Gennifer.
    IF A TREE FALLS AT LUNCH PERIOD.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Harcourt, Inc., (2007.) dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - Told in alternating voices, this novel by a Newbery Honor award writer, is a fast-paced, provocative, and funny book about 7th graders at a private school - one a white girl and the other a black boy (the only African American in the class) - who discover a secret that shakes them both to the core. SIGNED on the title page and dated in the year of publication. 216 pp. ISBN: 9780152057534.

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

    Book ID: 39043
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  • BLACK CLOUD, WHITE CLOUD. by Douglas, Ellen (pseudonym for Josephine Haxton, 1921-2012.); illustrated by Elizabeth Wolfe.
    Douglas, Ellen (pseudonym for Josephine Haxton, 1921-2012.); illustrated by Elizabeth Wolfe.
    BLACK CLOUD, WHITE CLOUD.

    Edition: First printing.

    Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, (1989) dj. Hardcover first edition - An illustrated edition of Douglas's only work of short fiction, four stories set in small town Mississippi, in which Black lives and white lives are intertwined, and originally published in 1963. Illustrated with drawings by Elizabeth Wolfe A title in the Author and Artist series. Afterword by Douglas. 234 pp plus colophon. 303 pp. ISBN: 0-15-1783225.

    Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket.

    Book ID: 80151
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  • AS SUMMERS DIE. by Groom, Winston.
    Groom, Winston.
    AS SUMMERS DIE.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Summit Books, (1980.) dj. Hardcover first edition - Second novel by the author of 'Forrest Gump' - set in the early 1960's in his fictional Bienville, a coastal town in the bayou country, where oil has been discovered under land formerly considered so worthless it was inhabited only by poor black farmers and sharecroppers - and now the richest family in town is trying to force them off the land. 319 pp. ISBN: 0-671-40072X.

    Condition: Near fine in near fine dust jacket (remainder line.)

    Book ID: 53676
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  • THE SWEETER THE JUICE. by Haizlip, Shirlee Taylor.
    Haizlip, Shirlee Taylor.
    THE SWEETER THE JUICE.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Simon & Schuster, (1994.) dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - A family memoir which travels between the races - black and white - and across six generations - and which ends with the author tracking down her mother's surviving sister and after 76 years re-uniting the two sisters, one of whom called herself black, the other white. More than just a study of one family, this also investigates the notions of race and color in the United States. INSCRIBED on the half title page and dated in 2002. "To M---, for whose name I have great fondness." Bibliography. 271 pp. ISBN: 0-671-792350.

    Condition: Near fine in near fine dust jacket.

    Book ID: 53787
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  • COMING TOGETHER: Black Power, White Hatred and Sexual Hang-ups. by Hernton, Calvin C.
    Hernton, Calvin C.
    COMING TOGETHER: Black Power, White Hatred and Sexual Hang-ups.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Random House, (1971) dj. Hardcover first edition - An analysis of sexual attitudes in the context of race, capitalism and religion and their effect on the African-American community - including the effects of white standards of beauty, the historical relations between white men and black women and the fallacies of black nationalism. 181 pp. ISBN: 0-394462211.

    Condition: Very near fine in a like dustjacket.

    Book ID: 66903
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  • COMING TOGETHER: Black Power, White Hatred and Sexual Hang-ups. by Hernton, Calvin C.
    Hernton, Calvin C.
    COMING TOGETHER: Black Power, White Hatred and Sexual Hang-ups.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Random House, (1971) dj. Hardcover first edition - An analysis of sexual attitudes in the context of race, capitalism and religion and their effect on the African-American community - including the effects of white standards of beauty, the historical relations between white men and black women and the fallacies of black nationalism. 181 pp. ISBN: 0-394462211.

    Condition: Near fine in a fine dust jacket (some discoloration from tape on the endpapers).

    Book ID: 74968
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  • CONTENDING FORCES: A Romance Illustrative of Negro Life North and South. by Hopkins, Pauline E. (edited by Matthew J. Bruccoli; afterward by Gwendolyn Brooks)
    Hopkins, Pauline E. (edited by Matthew J. Bruccoli; afterward by Gwendolyn Brooks)
    CONTENDING FORCES: A Romance Illustrative of Negro Life North and South.

    Edition: First thus.

    Carbondale and Edwardsville, IN: Southern Illinois University Press, (1978) dj. Hardcover first edition - Originally published in 1899 by the Colored Co-operative Publishing Company, Boston, this was one of the first novels to be published in the US by an African American woman writer, a novel which deals realistically with the injustices, including lynching and rape, still so common 35 years after the end of the Civil War. Now reissued in facsimile as a title in The Lost American Fiction series edited by Matthew J. Bruccoli. Includes a new afterward by Gwendolyn Brooks. Illustrated by R. Emmett Owen. 412 pp plus a list of the titles in this series. ISBN: 0-809308746.

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

    Book ID: 65723
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  • Jones, Laurence C.
    PINEY WOODS AND ITS STORY.

    Edition: First edition.

    New York: Fleming Revell, 1922. SIGNED hardcover first edition - From the introduction by S. S. McClure: "This is the story, told by himself, of a Negro of education, intelligence and sensitivity" and of the school he founded for the "poorest and most ignorant of his race" at Piney Woods in Mississippi. INSCRIBED by the author on the front free endpaper "To our friend, Mr. Charles Hauffman in the spirit in which you have helped us. Sincerely Laurence C. Jones, Buxton, Miss. 2-6-23.' Illustrated with photographs. 151 pp.

    Condition: Near fine, in navy blue cloth binding with gilt lettering on spine. Lettering is bright, corners unbumped and showing only the slightest signs of wear. Unusual in this condition.

    Book ID: 32698
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  • Kawakami, Kiyoshi K.
    ASIA AT THE DOOR: A Study of the Japanese Question in Continental United States, Hawaii and Canada.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Fleming H. Revell Company, 1914. Hardcover first edition - A look at the contact of the Japanese culture and that of North America, including descriptions of the author's own experiences. Among the chapter headings are 'Mutual disillusionment' 'Can we Americanize them?' 'the California land imbroglio' 'They haveusurped Hawaii" and 'White Canada.' Prologue by Doremus Scudder and epilogue by Hamilton W. Mabie. 269 pages. Bound in dark green cloth with gold lettering on the spine and front covers.

    Condition: Ex-library, but in overall good condition with few markings - missing front endpaper, only one stamp, and remnants of shelf number on spine, corners slightly bumped and torn edges at the top of the spine.

    Book ID: 19127
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  • Lamon, Lester C.
    BLACK TENNESSEANS, 1900-1930.

    Edition: First printing.

    Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, (1977.). Hardcover - A title in the Twentieth Century America series, Dewey Grantham, general editor. Illustrated with photographs. Bibliographical essay, index. 124 pp including a brief bibliography, index. 320 pp. ISBN: 0-87049-2071.

    Condition: Ex-library with relatively few markings, overall tight and clean but lacking the dust jacket.

    Book ID: 46372
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  • WOMAN OF COLOR, DAUGHTER OF PRIVILEGE: Amanda America Dickson, 1849-1893. by Leslie, Kent Anderson.
    Leslie, Kent Anderson.
    WOMAN OF COLOR, DAUGHTER OF PRIVILEGE: Amanda America Dickson, 1849-1893.

    Edition: 1st trade paperback printing.

    Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, (1996). The story of Amanda America Dickson, "born the privileged daughter of a white planter and an unconsenting slave in antebellum Georgia. . .[which shows how] sometimes the privileges of class created circumstances under which racial transgressions were sometimes ignored, tolerated, or even accepted. . . Although legally a slave herself well into her adolescence, Dickson was much favored by her father and lived comfortably in his house, receiving a genteel upbringing and education. After her father died in 1885 Dickson inherited most of his half-million dollar estate, sparking off two years of legal battles with white relatives. When the Georgia Supreme Court upheld the will, Dickson became the largest landowner in Hancock…

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    Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, (1996). The story of Amanda America Dickson, "born the privileged daughter of a white planter and an unconsenting slave in antebellum Georgia. . .[which shows how] sometimes the privileges of class created circumstances under which racial transgressions were sometimes ignored, tolerated, or even accepted. . . Although legally a slave herself well into her adolescence, Dickson was much favored by her father and lived comfortably in his house, receiving a genteel upbringing and education. After her father died in 1885 Dickson inherited most of his half-million dollar estate, sparking off two years of legal battles with white relatives. When the Georgia Supreme Court upheld the will, Dickson became the largest landowner in Hancock County, Georgia, and the wealthiest black woman in the post-Civil War South." Photographs. Notes, bibliography, index. xii, 225 pp. ISBN: 0-82031871X.

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    Condition: Near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 76258
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  • SUBVERSE: Rhymes for Our Times. by Mannes, Marya, illustrated by Robert Osborn.
    Mannes, Marya, illustrated by Robert Osborn.
    SUBVERSE: Rhymes for Our Times.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: George Braziller, 1959. dj. Hardcover first edition - Satirical poems about politics, television, the AMA, racial tensions and more, still appropriately named "rhymes for our times" even 50 years later.Illustrated with drawings by Robert Osborn. 144 pp. Slightly oversized format.

    Condition: Very near fine in a good dustjacket. (chipping and edgewear to the dj.)

    Book ID: 42468
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  • THE COLOR OF WATER. A Black Man's Tribute to His White Mother. by McBride, James.
    McBride, James.
    THE COLOR OF WATER. A Black Man's Tribute to His White Mother.

    Edition: Large trade paperback.

    New York: Riverhead Books, 1997. A memoir, in which his mother (the daughter of an itinerant Orthodox rabbi in Virginia, who ran away to Harlem, married a black man, and raised 12 children in the housing projects of Brooklyn) tells her story in her own word, interspersed with McBride's memories. 291 pp. ISBN: 1-57322-0221.

    Condition: Near fine.

    Book ID: 44821
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  • WATER FROM THE WELL by McLarey, Myra
    McLarey, Myra
    WATER FROM THE WELL

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1995. dj. Hardcover first edition - The author's first novel - set in southwestern Arkansas, it opens in 1919 with a cow-pasture baseball game between the Sugar Springs men's team and the colored team from Bethel - an event whose outcome disturbs the delicate racial & sexual balance of the community. ISBN: 0-87113-6104.

    Condition: Very near fine in a like dustjacket.

    Book ID: 25697
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  • WATER FROM THE WELL by McLarey, Myra
    McLarey, Myra
    WATER FROM THE WELL

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1995. dj. Hardcover first edition - The author's first novel - set in southwestern Arkansas, it opens in 1919 with a cow-pasture baseball game between the Sugar Springs men's team and the colored team from Bethel - an event whose outcome disturbs the delicate racial & sexual balance of the community. ISBN: 0-87113-6104.

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

    Book ID: 35803
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  • WATER FROM THE WELL by McLarey, Myra
    McLarey, Myra
    WATER FROM THE WELL

    Edition: Advance Reading Copy (trade paperback format. )

    New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1995. First edition - The author's first novel - set in southwestern Arkansas, it opens in 1919 with a cow-pasture baseball game between the Sugar Springs men's team and the colored team from Bethel - an event whose outcome disturbs the delicate racial & sexual balance of the community.

    Condition: Very near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 79025
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  • WATER FROM THE WELL by McLarey, Myra
    McLarey, Myra
    WATER FROM THE WELL

    Edition: 2nd printing.

    New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1995. dj. Hardcover - SIGNED by the author on the title page. The author's first novel - set in southwestern Arkansas, it opens in 1919 with a cow-pasture baseball game between the Sugar Springs men's team and the colored team from Bethel - an event whose outcome disturbs the delicate racial & sexual balance of the community. ISBN: 0-87113-6104.

    Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket.

    Book ID: 31488
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  • THE BROTHERHOOD OF SLEEPING CAR PORTERS: Its Origin and Development. by [Randolph, A. Philip] Brazeal, Brailsford R.
    [Randolph, A. Philip] Brazeal, Brailsford R.
    THE BROTHERHOOD OF SLEEPING CAR PORTERS: Its Origin and Development.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Harper & Brothers, (1946.) dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - Interesting and uncommon study of the early years of the most successful and enduring black labor unions. The discussion emphasizes the difficulties which had to be overcome - both because of opposition to labor organizing in general, and specifically to the racism which separated Negro laborers even from the rights being granted others. From the beginning, after Pullman started his sleeping car company in 1867, he used Negroes as porters: this had a double benefit - the cheerful and unobtrusive service they rendered passengers was what they remembered about travelling by sleeping car, and it was one of the few non-agricultural job opportunities open to African Americans.…

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    New York: Harper & Brothers, (1946.) dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - Interesting and uncommon study of the early years of the most successful and enduring black labor unions. The discussion emphasizes the difficulties which had to be overcome - both because of opposition to labor organizing in general, and specifically to the racism which separated Negro laborers even from the rights being granted others. From the beginning, after Pullman started his sleeping car company in 1867, he used Negroes as porters: this had a double benefit - the cheerful and unobtrusive service they rendered passengers was what they remembered about travelling by sleeping car, and it was one of the few non-agricultural job opportunities open to African Americans. The Pullman Company eventually gained a virtual monopoly, but it remained strongly anti-union, and early attempts of the porters to organize had only limited success. The lasting achievements of the Brotherhood were due in large part to the efforts and talents of A. Philip Randolph, their general organizer, and later their president, and one of the most respected black men in the United States in the years preceding the Civil Rights movement. Foreword by Leo Wolman, frontispiece of Randolph, bibliography, index. 258 pp. Newspaper review laid in.

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    Condition: INSCRIBED by A. Philip Randolph on the dedication page 'To our friend who has served with the compliments of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters.' Very good+ in a good only example of the fragile dust jacket (lettering rubbed from spine of book, dj has a couple of chips at lower edge of front cover, some loss of paper at the upper part of folds for flaps, other edgewear)

    Book ID: 27300
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  • Raymond, Charles.
    ENOCH.

    Edition: First printing.

    Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1969. dj. Hardcover first edition - The story of 12-year-old Enoch Parnell's experience when his family moves into a balck ghetto - where his father has just bought a hardware store - and where Enoch is one of the few white boys. The tensions - between Enoch and the black gangs, between Enoch and his parents - accelerate, although his family is befriended by a black handyman who helps them adjust. Interesting story for older children about race relations and civil rights, culmininating in the riots that followed the assassination of Martin Luther King. Illustrated by Marvin Friedman. 185 pp.

    Condition: Fine in very good dust jacket (some edgewear to dj.)

    Book ID: 32814
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  • Shreve, Susan Richards.
    A COUNTRY OF STRANGERS.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Simon & Schuster, (1989.) dj. Hardcover first edition - Author's unusual 2nd novel, set in Virginia in 1942. The story of 2 families, one white, one black, one from the Midwest, the other the descendants of the slaves who had worked on the plantation for generations. ISBN: 0-671-644092.

    Condition: Very good in a fine dust jacket (toning to the pages, remainder mark.)

    Book ID: 29625
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  • Sung, Betty Lee.
    CHINESE AMERICAN INTERMARRIAGE.

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

    New York: Center for Migration Studies. 1990. First edition - A study based on the Chinese American experiences in New York City - focuses on the increase of these relationships, the attraction and the obstacles, of which the most significant is still family objection. Graphs and charts. Bibliography, index. 140 pp. ISBN: 0-934733-473.

    Condition: Very good. ( hightlighting on about 5 pages, line on bottom of book, a good tight copy)

    Book ID: 26233
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  • Vaca, Nicolas C.
    THE PRESUMED ALLIANCE: The Unspoken Conflict Between Latinos and Blacks and What It Means for America.

    Edition: Advance Reading Copy (trade paperback format. )

    New York: Rayo (Harper Collins), (2004.). SIGNED first edition - An examination of the historical context as well as the contemporary conflicts between Latinos and African Americans, using case studies from New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Washington, D.C., Compton, and Houston. January 2003 marked a significant change in American demographics: Hispanics surpassed African Americans as the nation's largest minority. In this book, Vaca explores the presumption of a black and Hispanic political alliance, while he argues that an alliance is not feasible, since the two ethnic groups are competing for jobs, political power, and educational opportunities. The book begins with the "Hispanic tsunami," the surging growth in the American Hispanic population, and among other issues, includes an informative chapter…

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    New York: Rayo (Harper Collins), (2004.). SIGNED first edition - An examination of the historical context as well as the contemporary conflicts between Latinos and African Americans, using case studies from New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Washington, D.C., Compton, and Houston. January 2003 marked a significant change in American demographics: Hispanics surpassed African Americans as the nation's largest minority. In this book, Vaca explores the presumption of a black and Hispanic political alliance, while he argues that an alliance is not feasible, since the two ethnic groups are competing for jobs, political power, and educational opportunities. The book begins with the "Hispanic tsunami," the surging growth in the American Hispanic population, and among other issues, includes an informative chapter on a 1946 California court case involving Hispanic's access to education. Extensive notes. 227 pp.

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    Condition: SIGNED on the half title page. Fine (a new copy) in illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 33289
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  • PRESENT FORCES IN NEGRO PROGRESS. by Weatherford, W. D., Ph. D. (Willis Duke Weatherford, 1875-1970)
    Weatherford, W. D., Ph. D. (Willis Duke Weatherford, 1875-1970)
    PRESENT FORCES IN NEGRO PROGRESS.

    Edition: First edition.

    New York: Association Press, 1912. Hardcover first edition - A book published by Weatherford for the YMCA, one which purports to be a frank look at the current situation of the Negro, one which is honest about both the good and the bad. "The worst must be boldly stated, the best must be gladly seen." Included are chapters on the Traits of Negro character, race leadership and the growth of race pride, Negro population and race movements, The new type of Negro farmer, improvement in rural schools, and more. Illustrated with maps and tables. Index 191 pp.

    Condition: Poor condition, reading copy only (some damage and bleaching to the covers from dampness, and a tidemark on the lower portion of most pages, but still sturdy and easily readable) .

    Book ID: 75423
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  • THE ANGRY BLACK. by Williams, John A., editor.
    Williams, John A., editor.
    THE ANGRY BLACK.

    Edition: Paperback original - first printing.

    New York: Lancer Books, n.d. [1962.]. First edition - "A Brutal & Shocking Look at How 18,000,000 Americans Really Think, Feel, & Love."
    Lancer 25052, Includes contributions by Williams, James Baldwin, Ralph Ellison, Richard Wright, Shirley Jackson, Seymour Krim, John Howard Griffith, Langston Hughes and others. 160 pp.

    Condition: Good condition overall - underlining on several pages in one essay, prev owner's name, light crease to back cover, straight spine, usual toning to the pages.

    Book ID: 46404
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  • THE STRANGE CAREER OF JIM CROW. by Woodward, C. Vann.
    Woodward, C. Vann.
    THE STRANGE CAREER OF JIM CROW.

    Edition: Trade paperback. Second revised edition.

    New York & London: Oxford University Press, (1968.). A look at the history of race relations from reconstruction to the 1950's and early 60's. Notes, index. 205 pp.

    Condition: Good overall (some underlining and highlighting)

    Book ID: 51224
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  • THE DISENCHANTED ISLES. The Story of the Second Revolution in Hawaii. by Wright, Theon.
    Wright, Theon.
    THE DISENCHANTED ISLES. The Story of the Second Revolution in Hawaii.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Dial Press, 1972. dj. Hardcover first edition - An account of Hawaii's transition from a mid-Pacific paradise to a modern industrial community - with a focus on the emergence of the islands' so called 'second-class' citizens - Hawaiians, Filipinos, Japanese, Chinese - after World War II, and of the political and economic reform movement led by Jack Burns and war-hero, Senator Daniel Inouye. Photographs. Notes, index. 304 pp.

    Condition: Very good in a very good- dust jacket. (some soiling and edgewear to the dj)

    Book ID: 40322
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