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Color blind de  Margaret Halsey  

Color blind
de Margaret Halsey

Simon and Schuster

Edición: 1946
Tomos: 1
Medidas: 14,6 x 20,9 cm
Estado: Muy Bueno
Género: Idioma - Ingles
Peso: 390 gramos

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I can''t tell you how grateful I am to you for sending a copy of Margaret Halsey''s book, Color Blind. I started to read it as soon as it was received, and did not lay it down until I had perused every page. It is unique because it is profound, discerning, entertaining, and engaging.
The reader is enriched by being privileged to share in a very articulate summation of what was both extensive research and deep thinking.
The subject is to my mind the most fundamental one which man has to meet. We cannot achieve democracy ourselves or bring democracy to the world until our colored fellow-citizens become first class citizens. It is impossible to have a democracy when equal citizenship is not enjoyed by all. Those who deprive others of first class citizenship have tainted citizenship themselves.
I Believe Color Blind will excite the nation, more than anything I have read on the subject, into a frank facing of just where we are. I am your debtor for the illumination and inspiration I received from Color Blind.
It forced me to take an appraisal of myself. I had to look myself for once squarely in the face, and I didn''t look exactly the way I hoped I did.
I think this is one of the most important books Simon and Schuster ever produced. As a citizen, I thank and congratulate you".
"Albert D. Lasker".
El libro habla sobre la igualdad entre la raza negra y blanca.

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