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VINTAGE CLASSICS' HARLEM RENAISSANCE SERIES 'Why did I want to mix mahself up in a white folk's war? It ain't ever was any of black folks' affair' When Jake Brown joined the World War I effort, he was treated more like a slave than a soldier. After briefly defecting to France to escape the racial violence he was facing, Jake travelled back home to Harlem. But despite the distance he travelled, Jake cannot seem to escape the past and the explosive ways in which it can culminate in every aspect of your life. Written with ...

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Home to Harlem 2003, Xpress, London, England

ISBN-13: 9781874509981

Revised edition

Trade paperback

Home to Harlem 1987, Northeastern University Press, Boston, MA

ISBN-13: 9781555530242

Trade paperback

Home to Harlem 1987, Northeastern University Press, Boston, MA

ISBN-13: 9781555530235

Northeastern Univ PR edition

Hardcover