[Randolph, A. Philip] Greenleaf, Barbara Kaye.
FORWARD MARCH TO FREEDOM: The Story of A. Philip Randolph.
New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1971. Hardcover First Edition
First printing. Uncommon title by this author, whose books often focus on the struggle for freedom. Biography for children of this African American who was called 'the most dangerous man in America' - newspaper publisher, labor organizer who obtained a contract for sleeping car porters, and tireless fighter against segregation and discrimination. Illustrated in duotones by Charles Waterhouse. Index. 64 pages. Oblong format. Ex-library, in sturdy library binding, no dj. Overall near very good condition. .ISBN # 0-448-075830
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