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Black Worker in the Deep South: A Personal Account by  Hosea Hudson - Paperback - First Edition - 1972 - from citynightsbooks and Biblio.com

Black Worker in the Deep South: A Personal Account

by Hudson, Hosea

Condition: Very Good


International Pub., 1972. Stated first edition. Introduction by the Rev. Ralph David Abernathy. An account of labor organizing by African Americans in the South. Unread copy with spotting to edges, shelfwear to cover. 130 pp.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. Book.


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