Hard covered book titled BLACK AND CONSERVATIVE The Autobiography of George S. Schuyler 1966, 362 pages.
In telling the story of his life, private and professional, George Schuyler give us frank insights into the world of a Negro journalist who refuses to cater to the myths and prejudices of either side in the tangled area of race relations. A stern realist, he excoriates the civil-rights agitators who would divide the country and increase resentment and hatred. An avowed conservative, he dedicates himself to preserving America's blessings.
This book unfolds the author's unremitting struggle, inside, and outside the Negro community, against the Communist conspiracy. His journalistic involvement include many of the great dramas of the troubled ear: the Scottsboro case, the Nazi-Soviet pact, the Moscow purges, the Cold War, and March on Washington.
This vintage book is in VG+ condition, the pages are clean and intact, and the binding is tight. Don't miss the opportunity to add it to your library!