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To Be Free - Studies in American Negro History

£13.99

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Collection of 7 essays but the re-known American Marxist historian H. Aptheker in which he describes the struggle of African-Americans for freedom and self-help. All the essays taken together show an attempt to correct the misconception that the American Negro prior to the time of the Hayes-Tilden compromise of 1876 was little more than a pawn of the white man. Green cloth boards in good condition, mildly rubbed and bumped. Spine a bit toned and bumped at the head and foot. Gilt titles to the spine. Tightly bound. Edges age-toned and slightly foxed. Front matter slightly tanned and shows minor signs of foxing. Contents clean, free from marks or inscriptions.

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Author(s):
Aptheker, Herbert
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
21.5cm c 14.5cm
Edition:
1948
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
256
Publisher:
International Publishers Co., Inc.
Title:
To Be Free

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Collection of 7 essays but the re-known American Marxist historian H. Aptheker in which he describes the struggle of African-Americans for freedom and self-help. All the essays taken together show an attempt to correct the misconception that the American Negro prior to the time of the Hayes-Tilden compromise of 1876 was little more than a pawn of the white man. Green cloth boards in good condition, mildly rubbed and bumped. Spine a bit toned and bumped at the head and foot. Gilt titles to the spine. Tightly bound. Edges age-toned and slightly foxed. Front matter slightly tanned and shows minor signs of foxing. Contents clean, free from marks or inscriptions.

Author(s):
Aptheker, Herbert
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
21.5cm c 14.5cm
Edition:
1948
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
256
Publisher:
International Publishers Co., Inc.
Title:
To Be Free

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