A Documentary History of the Negro People in the United States: From the end of the Second World War to the Korean War
In this fifth volume of a towering work of brilliantly researched scholarship, African Americans recount the stories of their experiences in this country in their own words, revealing their reactions to the major events in American history. "A seminal work in black studies".--Arthur Ashe.
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