New York: The Devin-Adair Company, 1960. Third printing. Hardcover. Very good/good. Octavo. x, 309 pages. Light cloth hardcover with title on the spine. White dust jacket with red title on front. Light edge wear and creases to the dust jacket. Previous owner(s) Ex-Libris bookplate (Phil and Betsy Taylor) on the front paste down. 1961 gift inscription on the right front flyleaf above the author's inscription. From the front panel of the dust jacket: "This book tells how the average white Southerner feels about States' Rights, race relations, school segregation, and other problems brought into focus by the Supreme Court's 1954 desegregation decision. It compares today's pressures with those which provoked-and have outlived-the War Between the States. The book will not be welcomed by extremists on either side of the Mason-Dixon Line, but those who seek the "why" of Southern attitudes will find many of their questions answered. The author, widely-known and respected throughout Southern newspaper circles, minces no words and pulls no punches in replying to anti Southern hostility and hypocrisy. (Inventory #: 12604)
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