Alienation: minority groups.
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Minorities -- United States.
Readers -- Minorities -- United States.
viii, 255 p. illus. 23 cm.
From The sane society, by E. Fromm.--The great American frustration, by A. MacLeish.--America, by A. Ginsberg.--The gangster as tragic hero, by R. Warshow.--My dungeon shook, by J. Baldwin.--Two poems: Nice day for a lynching, by K. Patchen. Government injunction restraining Harlem Cosmetic Co., by J. Miles.--Wigs for freedom, by L. Hughes.--Prison letter, by G. Jackson.--The man who worked for thirty years without pay, by S. Steiner.--Cecilia Rosas, by A. Muro.--To endure, by R. Granat.--On the warpath at Alcatraz, by K. Michaels.--Slant-eyed Americans, by T. Mori.--Coming of age in Nueva York, by P. Hamill.--The white negro, by N. Mailer.--Reality, by D. Harris.--Long hair, Aunt Sadie, is a Communist plot, by J. Rubin.--Rex Reed talks to the Jefferson Airplane's Grace Slick, by R. Reed.--The new feminism, by L. Komisar.--What it means to be a homosexual, by M. Miller.--The feast, by D. Wright.--Whose country is America? By E. Hoffer.
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