Primer for White Folks
Moon,Bucklin, Editor. Doubleday, Doran &Co., Inc. Garden City, New York. 1945.
"Primer For White Folks was conceived, not as a book for the expert in race relations, but rather for the average American who is disturbed by the rising racial tension which he feels around him and by the paradox of white and Negro relationships in a democracy waging a war of liberation and equally. In so far as space permits, it is an attempt to present a general picture of the Negro-- his backgrounds, his relationship with whites, his everyday denial of first- class citizenship, and what he really wants in American life." From the Preface.