Negro Segregation in The Methodist Church.
A study of segregation in the American Protestant church. From the dust jacket, “The author compares the ideals and goals held by representative Methodists, both Negro and white…Other instances of segregation and of a movement toward a non-segregated church are reported in detail…”
Description: Negro Segregation in The Methodist Church.
New Haven: Yale University Press, 1953. 218pp. First Edition. Publisher’s navy cloth in very good condition, with good dust jacket. Jacket has loss at spine, a few closed tears and stray marks, housed in protective clear wrapper. Text is bright and clean.