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Aims and objects of movement for solution of Negro problem outlined: asks white race to be considerate and sympathetic; help Negroes to have a nation of their own in Africa; friendly appeal of Negro for his race.

Author: Marcus Garvey
Publisher: [New York] Universal Negro Improvement Association [1966-69]
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Garvey, Marcus, 1887-1940.
Aims and objects of movement for solution of Negro problem outlined: asks white race to be considerate and sympathetic; help Negroes to have a nation of their own in Africa; friendly appeal of Negro for his race.
[New York] Universal Negro Improvement Association [1966-69]
(OCoLC)559866948
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Garvey, Marcus, 1887-1940.
Aims and objects of movement for solution of Negro problem outlined: asks white race to be considerate and sympathetic; help Negroes to have a nation of their own in Africa; friendly appeal of Negro for his race.
[New York] Universal Negro Improvement Association [1966-69]
(OCoLC)608147325
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marcus Garvey
OCLC Number: 980992
Notes: Cover title.
Reprint of 1924 ed.
Description: [9] pages ; 24 cm

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