Southern Populism and Black Labor (1975)

By: Copeland, Vince

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The subtitle of this booklet explains in just a few words what to expect -- "Answers Wallace and Other Racists Who Make False Claim To the Populist Image." George Wallace is the populist in this story when he ran for president. The last sentence in the last paragraph on the back of the booklet is this: "Southern Populism and Black Labor is not only a study of a near forgotten chapter in American history, but a warning to American workers never to trust the demagogy of racist politicans, no matter how slyly they try to mask their real intentions." The booklet measures 5-1/4" x 8" and has 62 pages, plus a list of other political booklets.

Title: Southern Populism and Black Labor (1975)

Author Name: Copeland, Vince

Categories: Booklets -- Historical, Political Ephemera, African-American Ephemera,

Edition: Second printing

Publisher: New York, World View Publishers: 1975

Binding: Card cover

Seller ID: 3769

Keywords: African American Politics. George Wallace Southern Populist. Black Labor. Populism and Unpopulism. Poor whites. Montgomery, Alabama.The Dealth of Populism. The Ku Klux Klan.,