A piece of the power: four Black mayors

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Grouping Title piece of the power four black mayors
Grouping Author haskins james
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display_description Traces the life and careers of four black mayors: Carl Stokes of Cleveland, Ohio; Richard Hatcher of Gary, Indiana; Charles Evers of Fayette, Mississippi; and Kenneth Gibson of Newark, New Jersey.
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publishDate 1972
record_details ils:76238|Book|Books||English|Dial Press,|[1972]|xiv, 174 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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subject_facet Blacks -- Biography, Blacks -- Politics and suffrage
title_display A piece of the power ; four Black mayors
title_full A piece of the power ; four Black mayors Haskins, James, 1941-2005
title_short A piece of the power
title_sub four Black mayors
topic_facet Biography, Blacks, Politics and suffrage