The mark of oppression: a psychosocial study of the American Negro

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Full title mark of oppression a psychosocial study of the american negro
Author kardiner abram
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subject_facet Blacks -- Psychology, Blacks -- Social conditions
title_display The mark of oppression ; a psychosocial study of the American Negro
title_full The mark of oppression ; a psychosocial study of the American Negro / by Abram Kardiner and Lionel Ovesey
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