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Black rage,

Author: William H Grier; Price M Cobbs
Publisher: New York, Basic Books [1968]
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A widely acclaimed work by two black psychiatrists is a classic statement of the desperation, conflicts,and anger of black life in America today.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Grier, William H.
Black rage.
New York, Basic Books [1968]
(OCoLC)558446374
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William H Grier; Price M Cobbs
ISBN: 0465007031 9780465007035
OCLC Number: 217635
Description: viii, 213 pages 22 cm
Contents: Who's angry? --
The Shadow of the past --
Achieving womanhood --
Acquiring manhood --
Marriage and love --
Character traits --
The "promise" of education --
Mental illness and treatment --
How come there's so much hate? --
Black rage.
Responsibility: by William H. Grier and Price M. Cobbs. Foreword by Fred R. Harris.

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A widely acclaimed work by two black psychiatrists is a classic statement of the desperation, conflicts,and anger of black life in America today.

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