What The Negro Thinks.
Race inequality overview by long-time Tuskegee Institute principal and successor to Booker T. Washington, Robert Russa Moton. From the text: “Meanwhile nothing can contribute more toward the permanent establishment of our national welfare than the continued effort to realize for the humblest in our national life, whether black or white, that full measure of justice and equal opportunity for which America stands as a symbol before all the world.” (p266-267).
Description: What The Negro Thinks.
Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran and Company, Inc., 1932. 267pp. First edition. Publisher’s black cloth; without dust jacket. Title spine lettering dulled; front endpapers with light offsetting. Clean, tight and Very Good.