BLACK AND WHITE IN THE SOUTHERN STATES
Reprinted for the first time since its publication in 1915. This work is one of the earliest studies in comparative race relations and the first to connect the experience of the American South to that of South Africa, concluding that the South was a poor model for "solving" race questions.
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