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Octavo, softbound, xvi, 343 pp. Very Good+, with remainder mark (black inked mark to the lower edge of pages). Had Will Alexander not shunned the limelight, he might already be a national legend, for he was one of the greatest white champions of the Negro cause in the South from 1915 to 1954. A farm boy who worked his way through Vanderbilt University and became a Methodist minister, he was a tireless enemy of the abuses, large and petty, which he saw around him. In 1919 Will Alexander helped establish the Commission on Interracial Co-operation in Atlanta...
Title: Seeds of Southern Change: The Life of Will Alexander.
Location Published: New York: The Norton Library, W. W. Norton & Company, Inc., 1962.
Categories: American Biography
Seller ID: 05180scs