Divided They Stand

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Prentice-Hall, 1969 - African Americans - 428 pages
November 5, 1968: As the world watched, America elected a President. Here, seen through British eyes, are the problems and follies leading to the climax of that unparalleled year--violence in the streets, an undeclared war, youthful unrest, new political mavericks, racial strife, the ennui of Miami, the horror of Chicago.

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An analysis by a British reporter of the USA's election of 1968. The twenty-one chapters still seem to have relevant titles, a sign of nicely ambivalent technique. The saddest chapter heading is "They Want Welfare, We Want Wallace!" Read full review

Contents

THE DISUNITED STATES
1
PRESIDENT IMPERFECT
11
THE UNDECLARED WAR
25
Copyright

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