Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, (1969). Hardcover. Near Fine/Very Good+. Hardcover. 8vo. "The first quantitative analysis of black political participation in the half-century after emancipation, Mrs. Callcott's study does much to dispel the myth of Negro apathy during this period. She shows that, in fact, Maryland Negroes were impressive participants in the political process and that Maryland owes the establishment of its two-party system to its black citizens" (jacket). Near fine in very good+ brown price clipped dust jacket with brown title to front and spine panels. Minor edgewear and fading to spine panel of dust jacket. Ex libris with writing to front free end page. Else is pristine. Index, 199 pages. MD/070716. (Inventory #: 29554)
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