Good. Not Library. Not Remainder. Good clean copy. 384pp EXCELLENT Condition SOFT COVER. Not Library. Edited by June Sochen, published by Quadrangle Books, Chicago, IL, 1971, stated first paperback edition, second printing, 384pp. Not Library, Not Remainder. The text is clean with no noticeable markings, folds, tears or stains. The binding is very tight and the spine is solid with a light crease. The cover has minor edge wear and rubbing. Excellent clean copy. ISBN: 812901614. Nonfiction; history; United States; black studies; Horatio Alger Myth; race relations; White America; W. E. B DuBois; Booker T. Washington; moral conscience; American Negroes; black patriotism; black culture; Harlem; E. Franklin Frazier; Langston Hughes; Alain Locke; Oswald Garrison Villard; Carter G. Woodson; Walter White;
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Very good in wrappers, a paperback. Stamp on half-title page and another page. Text clean. Spine and edges of cover light brown. Please Note: This book has been transferred to Between the Covers from another database and might not be described to our usual standards. Please inquire for more detailed condition information.
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