Race and History: Selected Essays 1938-1988
'These essays are examples of first-rate scholarship. Even when treading his way through the most treacherous issue of American life, race, Franklin is a model for us all: diligent and ingenious in uncovering sources and then scrupulous in his use of primary materials. To read this collection is to be reminded of just how important John Hope Franklin has been in the historical profession.'--Dan T. Carter
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