RACE HARMONY AND BLACK PROGRESS: Jack Woofter and the Interracial Cooperation Movement
A study of the interracial cooperation movement during a period of rapid economic and social change. Ellis examines twenty years of southern interracial cooperation and the tenacity of a man who optimized the movement's spirit and shortcomings during that period.
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