Item #15205 No More Lies : The Myth and the Reality of American History. Richard Claxton Gregory, James R. McGraw, Dick Gregory.
No More Lies : The Myth and the Reality of American History
No More Lies : The Myth and the Reality of American History

No More Lies : The Myth and the Reality of American History

New York: Harper & Row, 1970.

Illustrated by Wendell Minor dust jacket design. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Very Good- in Very Good- dust jacket. Item #15205
ISBN: 0060802367

Cover edges whitened, gift inscription on front free endpaper, otherwise light wear; Dust Jacket light edgewear, price clipped, otherwise light wear. Solid hardcover. ; "The historian Richard Claxton Gregory (known to some as Dick Gregory) came by his data in an unusual way - he lived it. He has burrowed in the archives of the minds and hearts of black and white America, hunting not simply for facts but for truth. This book is the result. There is, Gregory says, a "gap in credibility" between American beliefs and "day-by-day American performances - both in this country and the world over. He deals sharply with some of the central myths of American history ... Gregory is not satisfied merely to explode myth; he goes on to describe what America could be like if its eyes were opened to the reality ..." First Edition, FIrst Printing of social activist and comedian Dick Gregory's revisionist history of the United States. ; xxii, 311 pages.

Price: $99.95

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