Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University, (1992).
Seller ID: 10036gcs
Signed by the author. Octavo, softbound (slick, photo. illus. white wrappers), xi, 450 pp. Fine. From lower cover: In Race and History, John Hope Franklin, one of the nation's foremost historians, collects twenty-seven of his most influential shorter writings. The essays are presented thematically and include pieces on southern history; significant but neglected historical figures; historiography; the connection between historical problems and contemporary issues; and the public role of the historian. Collectively these essays reveal Franklin as a man who has exhibited immense courage an... View More...