- Author:H. Edward Ransford
- Publisher:Schenkman Pub. Co (1977)
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Race and Class in Amer. by H. Edward Ransford.
Race and Class in Amer.
by H. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780870730412. Release Date:December 1977.
Black, Chicano, Anglo. Published 1977 by Schenkman Pub.
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