A JEWISH VIEW ON SEGREGATION. [Greenwood, Mississippi Citizens' Councils anti-civil rights, hate literature pamphlet.]

By a Jewish Southerner who prefers to remain anonymous . . . The Association of Citizens' Councils.

Published by Greenwood, MS: Association of Citizens' Councils, [no date but probably 1955 or 1956].
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16 pages including covers. Staple-bound booklet: H 22.8cm x L 10.1cm. White paper; front cover strongly toned; small patch of strong toning at rear cover's top left corner; a few spots of minor foxing but interior pages overall remain clean. Rust to staples but binding firm. Just a good condition but an uncommon publication as OCLC locates copies at only four member institutions with a microform edition at one other. A JEWISH VIEW ON SEGREGATION was one of a number of propaganda publications issued by the Greenwood, Mississippi-based Association of Citizens' Councils spouting their drivel in order to further their segregationist cause. This particular booklet, supposedly authored by a Mississippi-born Jewish Southerner "who prefers to remain anonymous," argues for continued segregation due to abysmal African American academic performance and avowing that the Citizens' Councils are not anti-Semitic, among other points. It is quite likely that the text and its authorship was an utter contrivance by a waspy crony of Citizens' Councils founder Robert B. Patterson for his group was a successful practitioner of "twist" and "spin" long before those became apropos terms for lobbyists, political consultants, and propagandists. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: A JEWISH VIEW ON SEGREGATION. [Greenwood, ...
Publisher: Greenwood, MS: Association of Citizens' Councils, [no date but probably 1955 or 1956].

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By a Jewish Southerner who prefers to remain anonymous . . . The Association of Citizens' Councils.
Published by Greenwood, MS: Association of Citizens' Councils, [no date but probably 1955 or 1956]. (1956)
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Book Description Greenwood, MS: Association of Citizens' Councils, [no date but probably 1955 or 1956]., 1956. 16 pages including covers. Staple-bound booklet: H 22.8cm x L 10.1cm. White paper; front cover strongly toned; small patch of strong toning at rear cover's top left corner; a few spots of minor foxing but interior pages overall remain clean. Rust to staples but binding firm. Just a good condition but an uncommon publication as OCLC locates copies at only four member institutions with a microform edition at one other. A JEWISH VIEW ON SEGREGATION was one of a number of propaganda publications issued by the Greenwood, Mississippi-based Association of Citizens' Councils spouting their drivel in order to further their segregationist cause. This particular booklet, supposedly authored by a Mississippi-born Jewish Southerner "who prefers to remain anonymous," argues for continued segregation due to abysmal African American academic performance and avowing that the Citizens' Councils are not anti-Semitic, among other points. It is quite likely that the text and its authorship was an utter contrivance by a waspy crony of Citizens' Councils founder Robert B. Patterson for his group was a successful practitioner of "twist" and "spin" long before those became apropos terms for lobbyists, political consultants, and propagandists. Bookseller Inventory # JUN17-07993

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