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    [Racism]. Ernest Sevier Cox. White America. Richmond: White America, [1923]. Congress edition. Large twelvemo. Publisher's green cloth with the words "Congress Edition" stamped in gilt on front cover. Corners and spine ends gently bumped. Some very minor rubbing and edgewear to extremities. Front and rear hinges overopened. Very good.

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    "American Methodist preacher, political activist and white-supremacist. He is best known for his political campaigning in favor of stricter segregation between blacks and whites in the United States through tougher anti-miscegenation laws, and for his advocacy for "repatriation" of African-Americans to Africa, and for his book White America. He is also noted for having mediated collaboration between White southern segregationists and African-American separatist organizations such as UNIA and the Peace Movement of Ethiopia to advocate for repatriation legislation, and for having been a personal friend of Black racial separatist Marcus Garvey." from Wikipedia

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