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An Appeal to Pharaoh;: The Negro problem, and its radical solution

McKinley, Carlyle

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ISBN 10: 083713756X / ISBN 13: 9780837137568
Published by Negro Universities Press, 1970
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Title: An Appeal to Pharaoh;: The Negro problem, ...

Publisher: Negro Universities Press

Publication Date: 1970

Binding: Hardbound

Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included

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Circumstances having delayed its appearance, however, a few minor changes and additions have been rendered possible, mainly in the character and recent dates oft ie notes of reference, showing how continuous and active are the conditions that gave rise to the book. This explanation, it is hoped, will commend the work to the thoughtful reader, and relieve it of any idea of having been inspired by recent political events. The argument has lost nothing of its pertinence, at least, by reason of the delay which has been noted, and is wholly independent of party policies and ends. It is an appeal to the whole People, on a matter of vital interest to the whole Country. September i, 1889. THE AUTHOR.
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