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  • [Info] World Problems of the Negro People (A Refutation of George Padmore) (New York: Harlem Section of the Communist Party, ca. 1934), by James W. Ford
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  • [Info] A Vindication of the Capacity of the Negro Race for Self-government, and Civilized Progress, As Demonstrated By Historical Events of the Haytian Revolution, and the Subsequent Acts of That People Since Their National Independence (New Haven, CT: W. H. Stanley, printer, 1857), by James Theodore Holly
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