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Beacon Press | Jan 01, 1998 | ISBN 9780807096932

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    Beacon Press | Jan 01, 1998 | 160 Pages | 5-3/8 x 8 | ISBN 9780807064450

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    Beacon Press | Jan 01, 1998 | ISBN 9780807096932

Praise

This amazing man, this great intellect, this magnificent genius with his overwhelming love of humanity is a devastating challenge to a society built on hypocrisy, greed and profit-seeking at the expense of common humanity. -The New York Times

“[Robeson’s] nobility, his language, his encouragement and his praise put me forever in his debt because it inspired me fully . . . to be like him, and to use my life as he had used his, to put into it the commitment of the liberation of his people and all people.” -Harry Belafonte in Restoring Hope

“Robeson’s book is a perennial, first published in 1958, and now a voice from a different time. It anticipates for black persons the ‘moral support of the American majority’ with an intensity that now seems evangelical. It’s full of a probably tragic hope. It should be read.” -The Boston Globe

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