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Moton, Robert Russa

What the Negro thinks

What the Negro thinks
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Doubleday Doran and Company, Garden City. 1929, vii, 267p. later printing, badly worn dj illus. with William Siegel painting. Moton, a close associate of Booker T. Washington, became President of Tuskegee upon the latter's death, and Washington's ideological heir as well

Cat.No: 31127

Price: $35.00

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