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BLACK MAJESTY (They Slave Who Become a King)

by Vandercook, John W

Condition: New

New York, New York: Scholastic Book Services, 1963. Non-fiction historical paperback book, 1st printing, 9/63. Condition is new, unread , with light aging, a beautiful book (see scans)........WRAPPED IN PLASTIC BAG TO PROTECT CONDITION OF BOOK.........We have other titles in this genre in stock and give discounts in shipping on additional books, please contact us for more iinformation**...... SUMMARY - King Henry spok vehemently to the Englishman: "my race is as old as yours, m'sieu. In Saint Domingue, before we drove the French out, there were a hundred Negroes to ever master. Yet we were your slaves. Nowhere in the world, except in Haiti, have we resisted you. Why? Because we have no pride!.... While I live I shall try to build that pride we need, and build in terms white men as well as black can understand......I will teach pride if my teaching breaks every back in my kingdom!". First Printing. Soft Cover. New.


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