Negro-White Adjustment. An Investigation and Analysis of Methods in the Interracial Movement in the United States.

Baker, Paul E., M.A., Ph.D.

Published by Association Press, New York, 1934
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Title: Negro-White Adjustment. An Investigation and...

Publisher: Association Press, New York

Publication Date: 1934

Binding: Hardback

Book Condition: Good


267,(5) pages. Cloth. Ex-Library copy. The History, Philosophy, program, and Techniques of Ten National Interracial Agencies, Methods Discovered Through A Study of Cases, Situations, And Projects In Race Relations. Includes In Part: Attempts to Eliminate Lynching and Secure Legal Justice for the Negro; The Maryville, Missouri Lynching; Attempted Lynching and Trial of Negro in Elberton, Georgia; Negro Boys Receive Death Sentence for Rape at Scottsboro, Alabama; The Murder of Dennis Hubert, a Negro, by White Men, in Atlanta, Georgia; Race Riot in Tulsa, Oklahoma; Communism Among American Negroes . Size: 9-1/2 Inches. Bookseller Inventory # 000097

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