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1880; Fords, Howard, & Hulbert publishers, New York; hardbound with red boards and black images and lettering; owner's note inside page; condition is a bit rough but this is a very interesting smaller size book.


Albion Winegar Tourgée (May 2, 1838 – May 21, 1905) was an American soldier, Radical Republican, lawyer, writer, politician, and diplomat. A pioneer civil rights activist, he founded the National Citizens' Rights Association, established the historically black women's college Bennett College, and litigated for the plaintiff Homer Plessy in the famous segregation case Plessy v. Ferguson (1896). Historian Mark Elliott credits Tourgée with introducing the metaphor of "color-blind justice" into legal discourse.

A FOOL'S ERRAND by One of the Fools, Albion Winegar Torugee

SKU: BS25s
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