5 edition of South of freedom found in the catalog.
Originally published: New York : Knopf, 1952.
|Statement||by Carl T. Rowan ; with a new introduction by Douglas Brinkley.|
|LC Classifications||E185.61 .R86 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 270 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||270|
|LC Control Number||97007075|
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Rowan, an African-American, wrote this book inwell before the freedom marches, Affirmative Action and a legislated end to segregation. Once he was south of the mason-Dixon line, this respected author and columnist, who later became Ambassador to Finland and head of the USIS, was just another "nigger".
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Originally published in and long out of print, South of Freedom is a first-rate account of what it was like to live as a second-class citizen, to experience the segregation, humiliation, danger, stereotypes, economic exploitation, and taboos that were all part of life for African Americans in the s and s.
For this edition, Douglas Brinkley provides a new introduction, incorporating recent interviews with /5(21). SOUTH OF FREEDOM. Rowan, Carl T. New York: First edition. x, p. Maroon cloth with green spine titles. VG+ in heavily chipped d.j.
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Rowan, an African American journalist from Minneapolis. It tells the story of his six-thousand-mile trip through the south in He wanted to show the harsh reality of life for African Americans despite the promised “New South.”.
A Negro reporter on a Minneapolis paper reports a visit through the South, where he had grown up. Although he notes many changes brought about by the war and new industry, and observes signs of a better tomorrow, "today is a long day for the Negro." Book Reviews.
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South of Freedom. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, First edition. viii, [ii],pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Reddish cloth with greened top edges. A near fine copy in Book Edition: First Edition.
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