Wallingford, Pa. : Pendle Hill Publications, 1968.
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Brookes. a white liberal South African visiting the U.S., wrote this pamphlet about the rebellious youth movement and the racial struggle in America in 1968. Brookes' commentary, well-meaning but paternalistic, looks not only dated but also based on misunderstanding of American racism and of the movement. Non recommended.
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