You have seen their faces

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The Viking press, 1937 - Agriculture - 190 pages
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Review: You Have Seen Their Faces

User Review  - Sarah Turner - Goodreads

Gives an interesting Souther perspective on their suffering post-Reconstruction, but the overt racism against blacks taints Caldwell's argument as he makes it seem as though sharecropping unfairly ... Read full review

Review: You Have Seen Their Faces

User Review  - David - Goodreads

You Have Seen Their Faces by Erskine Caldwell and Margaret Bourke-White (Viking Press 1937)(330.975)is a scathing manifesto condemning the sharecropping system in the south as nothing more than legalized slavery. Fantastic photos of southerners down on the farm. 7/10, finished 9/7/11. Read full review

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