Interpositionulification: What the Negro May Expect

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Comet Press Books, 1959 - African Americans - 128 pages
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I deem this book as a must read for all Americans. It is the autobiographical account of a black family which maintained their
dignity through a dark chapter in American history. I found many
accounts of positive life teachings which need to be
inculcated in today's society. This book has found a home in the shelves of my personal library for generations to come and
I am especially humbled to note that I am cousin to the author's wife, Daisy Sherard Yancey.
Irma Taylor
 

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Section 1
5
Section 2
7
Section 3
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