The depiction of historical figures of america in the foreward by allen nevins

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the depiction of historical figures of america in the foreward by allen nevins When the critics claim, for example, that the majority of african-americans (negroes in this book) still live in poverty, in fear of lynchings, allen counters that lynchings are fewer, and the people on the bottom of the economic heap are better off then they were in 1910.
The depiction of historical figures of america in the foreward by allen nevins
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