• The Middle-Class Negro In The White Man's World: Feelings Of Negro Students In The 1960s

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    THE MIDDLE-CLASS NEGRO In The White Man’s World, 182 pp, 5 ¾ x 8 ¾, by Eli Ginsberg with Vincent Bryan, Grace T. Hamilton, John L. Herma and Alice M. Yohalem. Columbia University Press 1967. Green illustrated dust jacket with yellow and white on the cover. Dust jacket tear to bottom and a couple of chips. Price clipped.  Bound in cream leatherette imprinted with the Columbia University Press crown symbol into the front cover with gilt titling on the spine over a red background.

    The book is a compilation of studies done on high school seniors, college sophomores and college seniors living in Atlanta and New York. “What do such young Negroes see as their future? How do they expect they will be treated in the white man’s world? This book answers these questions and many more.”

    Presentation inscription and signature by Vincent Bryan, a contributor to the book, across the title page: “To Martin Sanders, a very fine person, first; and a very fine physician, second. Sincerely, Vincent Bryan/May 27, 1968.”

    Overall very good with modest soiling and a fine dust jacket.

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