The Hidden Wound

Book, 1989, 137 pp
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Berry writes about the racial problems that people have encountered, the suffering that it has caused and the hope that the world will become better than it is now.
"One of the most impressive aspects of Berry's book is the authentic simplicity of his style, the directness with which that style can accommodate Tolstoy, Malcolm X, work songs, anecdotes, speculation, and polemic indignation.... The strength of this book is its connecting America's two major problems: the exploiting of men and land; it deserves as wide an audience as possible." -- Joan Joffe Hall, Louisville Courier-Journal

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