Repeal Of The Blues; How Black Entertainers Influenced Civil Rights By Alan Pomerance
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Repeal Of The Blues; How Black Entertainers Influenced Civil Rights By Alan Pomerance
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Citadel Press, Secaucus, New Jersey, 1988, First Edition, First Printing. A cultural history from 1932 to the 1980's traces the expanding role and influence of the great black entertainers in the performing arts and their contributions to radical shifts in perception which, the author argues, led in part to the political civil rights movement of the 50's and 60's. Quarter bound in blue cloth over purple paper boards, fine, tight, appears unread in a fine, unclipped dust jacket, hint of soiling to top edge of rear panel, in mylar sleeve. J1069

Repeal Of The Blues; How Black Entertainers Influenced Civil Rights By Alan Pomerance
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Repeal Of The Blues; How Black Entertainers Influenced Civil Rights By Alan Pomerance
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