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  • Title: Night Riders in Black Folk History
  • Author: Gladys-Marie Fry
  • ISBN: 9780807849637
  • Page: 270
  • Format: Paperback

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  1. that the nuances of political behaviors dispositions have unquestionable roots in actions that are removed and barely visible in the present but have real psychological and historical roots in the activities of the white power structure that acted maliciously in the past and is still benefiting from it now run on sentence


  2. This work is not perfect none are , but it s beautifully revealing and used oral history research to illuminate important perspectives on the cultural transition from Antebellum South to Reconstruction and the abilities of whites to contain subjected black people.


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