Consistently well-developed, Looking over Black Shoulders is a searing work of historical imagination and perspective that succeeds in turning America on its head. Not since John Howard Griffin’s Black Like Me has a writer so captured the essence of American race relations.
—Tom Layne, author of The Assassination of Rush Limbaugh

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Knowing Who I Am: A Black Entrepreneur’s Memoir of Struggle and Victory in the American South

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Follows the life of an African American man who served in World War II, started what became the largest real estate firm in Orangeburg, South Carolina, was involved in the Civil Rights Movement, and was elected to the state assembly. Product Features Used Book in Good Condition

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Follows the life of an African American man who served in World War II, started what became the largest real estate firm in Orangeburg, South Carolina, was involved in the Civil Rights Movement, and was elected to the state assembly.

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  • Used Book in Good Condition

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