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GEORGIA NIGGER

SPIVAK, John L.

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New York: Brewer, Warren and Putnam, 1932. First Edition. 8vo. Red cloth with gilt-stamped titles. No dust jacket. About very good. Spine heavily rubbed, obscuring titles; top edge foxed; a touch of lean to book, and small dampstains to rear cover. Interior clean, with thin crack to rear hinge. 241pp., plates. (Item ID: 21429)

Fictionalized account of the brutal convict camps and chain gangs of Georgia's penal system. The author was a well-known socialist journalist. Contains real-life photographs and documents illustrating the practices depicted. OCLC locates two copies, neither of which are in the United States.



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