Who Speaks for the Negro?Random House, New York , 1965 Stock Code: 109820
NotesFirst edition, first printing. This copy from the library of the American civil rights activist and anthropologist Carroll G. Barber, with his ownership inscription to front pastedown. Loosely inserted is a short typewritten letter signed by Warren and addressed to Barber, in which Warren hopes that Barber may find the present book useful. In February 1964, Warren had interviewed Barber as part of the formers Civil Rights Oral Project.
Octavo. Original red cloth, titles to front board gilt, to spine in gilt and black, top edge red. With the dust jacket.
A few small marks to top edge. An excellent copy in the mildly toned jacket, with some nicks to extremities.
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