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On The Edge: A History Of Poor Black Children And Their American Dreams
On The Edge: A History Of Poor Black Children And Their American Dreams Carl H Nightingale 0465052193 9780465052196 Filled with fascinating insights into the collective emotional life of inner-city kids, this book is also a highly original history of
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On The Edge: A History Of Poor Black Children And Their American Dreams by Carl H Nightingale

Filled with fascinating insights into the collective emotional life of inner-city kids, this book is also a highly original history of the erosion of urban community life since World War II.

Author: Carl H Nightingale

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 288

Publisher: Basic Books

Publication Date: 1995-01-04

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ISBN: 0465052193


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