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John Pepper

American Negro Problems (1928)

American Negro Problems (1928) by John Pepper

A 1928 Workers Library pamphlet reprinted in 1960 to reveal Moscow's devious attempts to sow racial strife in the U.S.A.

Foreword

THE COMMUNIST FIGHT FOR THE NEGRO CAUSE

The two major capitalist parties, the Republican and Democratic, and their small brother, the Socialist Party, have an unwrit...

R. H. Williams

FEPC and the Minority Machine - The Conquest Of American Cities (1950)

FEPC and the Minority Machine - The Conquest Of American Cities (1950) by R. H. Williams

Pamphlet about the post-WW2 social-engineering taking place across U.S. cities, disrupting established settled communities.

Introduction

Communist and Zionist agents are moving a stream of racial "minorities" into American industrial cities and states fo...

Helen Tunnicliff Catterall

Judicial cases concerning American slavery and the Negro (Volumes 1-5)

Helen Tunnicliff Catterall composed this incredibly thorough series in the 1920s-30s which totalled over 3000 pages.

Judicial cases concerning American slavery and the Negro - Volume I Cover
Judicial cases concerning American slavery and the Negro - Volume II Cover
Judicial cases concerning American slavery and the Negro - Volume III Cover
Judicial cases concerning American slavery and the Negro - Volume IV Cover
Judicial cases concerning American slavery and the Negro - V Cover

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Elizabeth Donnan

Documents illustrative of the history of the slave trade to America (Volumes 1-4)

Elizabeth Donnan was a Professor of Economics and Sociology at Wellesley College and composed this incredibly thorough series in the early 1930s which totalled over 2,500 pages.

Documents illustrative of the history of the slave trade to America Volume I Cover
Documents illustrative of the history of the slave trade to America Volume II Cover
Documents illustrative of the history of the slave trade to America Volume III Cover
Documents illustrative of the history of the slave trade to America Volume IV Cover

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Bertram Wallace Korn

Jews and Negro Slavery in The Old South - 1789-1865 (1961)

Jews and Negro Slavery in The Old South - 1789-1865 (1961) by Bertram Wallace Korn

Delivered as the Presidential Address at the Fifty-Ninth Annual Meeting of the American Jewish Historical Society, February 18, 1961, and reprinted from the March, 1961, issue of its quarterly Publication, with the assistance of a grant from the Rabbi's Publicatio...