Black and Conservative: The Autobiograpy of George S. Schuyler
Arlington House. New Rochelle, New York 1966. Bright jacket with light wear to edges, no marks in text,
"Here is a unique book by a unique individual which is at once an autobiography and a vivid account of the epoch ranging from pre-World War I days to the so-called Negro Revolution.
In telling the story of his life, private and professional, George Schuyler gives us frank insights into the world of a Negro journalist who refuses to cater to the myths and prejudices of either side in the tangled area of race relations. A stern realist, he excoriates the civil-rights agitators who would divide our country and increase resentment and hatred. An avowed conservative, he dedicates himself to preserving America's blessings- "the right of mobility, the right of ownership, the privilege of privacy and development of personality, and the precious machinery of peaceful change.""