Racial Matters. The FBI's Secret File on Black America 1960 - 1972
by O'Reilly, Kenneth
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Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
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New York: The Free Press ( Collier MacMillan publishers), 1989 A very tight and clean book. no marks or inscriptions. Brown cloth covered boards with bright gilt title on spine. No shelfwear. DJ is pricve clipped but otherwise complete and has no apparent shelf or reading wear.
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- Racial Matters. The FBI's Secret File on Black America 1960 - 1972
- O'Reilly, Kenneth
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- Near Fine
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- First Edition
- The Free Press ( Collier MacMillan publishers)
- Place of Publication
- New York
- Date Published
- 8vo - over 7¾" - 9&f
- Afro-Americans Civil Rights United States FBI History Politics Government 20th Century History Race Relations
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