New York: Jewish Publication & Research Committee, 1955. 32p., wraps a bit soiled (food droplet to cover) and creased.
Quotes on social issues such as racial equality, the need for socialism, opposition to the McCarthy "inquisition" in the universities, advocacy of cooperation between Jews and Arabs in the Middle East, and more. "“Many a sincere person will answer me: ‘Our attitude towards Negroes is a result of unfavorable experiences which we have had by living side by side with Negroes in this country. They are not our equals in intelligence, sense of responsibility, reliability.’ I am firmly convinced that whoever believes this suffers from a fatal misconception. Your ancestors dragged these black people from their homes by force; and in the white man’s quest for wealth and an easy life they have been ruthlessly suppressed and exploited, degraded into slavery. The modern prejudice against Negroes is the result of the desire to maintain this unworthy condition.” -p. 21-22.