A typical Mississippi town, a county seat, is taken for this careful study of the human problem of race in this delta...

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AFTER FREEDOM: A Study of Races in the Deep South

A typical Mississippi town, a county seat, is taken for this careful study of the human problem of race in this delta district. Every facet of the subject is discussed, and the facts are based not only on a familiarity with the section and the problem, but on questionnaires, research and analysis. From the angle of race, as complete a picture of the community is presented as in Middletown, though from a different approach. Social, economic, educational, religious, human as well as racial -- all in all a challenge to Americans everywhere. Specialized in appeal.

Pub Date: Feb. 3, 1938

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Publisher: Viking

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Feb. 1, 1938