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"Some Interracial Oddities" In "The American Spectator"

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Vol. II, No. 23 (September, 1934) Schuyler notes that "some singular contradictions and diverting oddities grow out of interracial relations in this Land of the Free where the incredible ever rises to rout the commonplace." He provides 17 examples, including: "One of the chief reasons for the failure of the Communists to snare more black bucks has been the poor quality of the female bait used. In these sophisticated days, it seems, something more than a mere ruddy epidermis is demanded before Sambo will quit the two old parties." "The American Spectator" was a "literary newspaper" edited by George Jean Nathan, Ernest Boyd, Sherwood Anderson, James Branch Cabell & Eugene O'Neill. This issue also contains "The Pompadour" by Cabell, "Fascist Dialogue" by Harold Preece, etc Cover yellowing with scattered foxing, coupon clipped at bottom edge of rear cover; else very good.

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