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RACISM IN AMERICA: And How to Combat it

[Civil Rights]

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Washington, DC: The United States Commission on Civil Rights, 1970. First Edition. Oblong 4to. Stapled illustrated wraps. Mild handling wear. Generally clean, sound, well preserved. (Item ID: 15123)

A critical look at the roots and effects of racism in the United States, particularly as it pertains to African-Americans in urban areas. Prepared by the Commison on Civil rights and illustrated throughout with black and white photograph reproductions. 43pp.



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