Baton Rouge: Louisiana State Sovereignty Commission, n.d., ca. 1961. First Edition. Quarto (26.5cm.); pictorial staplebound self-wrappers; 7pp.; chiefly color illus. Extremities toned with a couple of short closed tears, none touching text, else About Very Good. Comic book issued by the pro-segregation Commission in which a white upper-middle-class father describes to his young son how the government is trying to run state-owned schools, to which his son replies: "You mean like in Little Rock? But colored people have nice schools. Lots of them are better than ours. Wouldn't it be fair to have separate schools just so long as they are equal?" According to the father, Yes. Quite scarce: OCLC locates 3 copies as of July, 2016, none outside Louisiana. (Inventory #: 30867)
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