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Ethnic Relations

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1 Communists in Harlem During the Depression (Blacks in the New World Ser.)
Naison, Mark

University of Illinois Press Chicago, Ilinois, USA 1983
Hard Cover
Very Good-, Good+
First Edition
0252006445 / 9780252006449


CB2 - A tight, clean, sound copy very minor overall shelf wear, some light edge wear along the bottom edge of the front board, usual library stamps, label, & pocket on the page edges, free endpapers, & title page, some very light tape staining on the front free endpaper. The DJ shows very minor overall shelf wear, some light fading on the spine, a small patch of very light surface chipping on the spine from a library label, original library mylar sleeve. This is a title in the publisher's Blacks in the New World series. SCW08738 
Price: 25.00 USD
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Split Vision: The Portrayal of Arabs in the American Media, Ghareeb, Edmund (editor)
2 Split Vision: The Portrayal of Arabs in the American Media
Ghareeb, Edmund (editor)

American-Arab Affairs Council Washington, DC, USA 1983
Hard Cover
Good, Very Good
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
2nd Printing
094318200X / 9780943182001


BF6 - A tight, clean, sound copy with minor overall shelf wear with some very, very light bumping at the right board corners plus there is some very light tape staining on the outside board surfaces from where the dust jacket was taped to the boards plus there are the usual library stamps, labels, and pocket on the front and back free endpapers, title page, and copyright page. The dust jacket shows very minor overll shelf wear plus it is still in the original library mylar sleeve. With a foreword by Georgie Anne Geyer, a preface by James Abourezk, and an introduction by Edmund Ghareeb. A book that examines how American educational literauture and news reporting have created a predisposition among Americans to accept and perpetuate media stereotyping of the arabs and the issues important to them. This book is made up of a collection of interviews with major journalists as well as a collection of essays on the subject by various writers. 402p. SCW09179 
Price: 5.00 USD
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