The Republican Party Versus a White Man's Government [caption title]

[North Carolina?]: [State Democratic Party?], (1928). First edition (?). 4to. 4 pp. [printed four-column]. Illustrated from photographs, portraits. Argues that Hoover and the Republican Party were sympathetic to African Americans and urges southern white voters to vote the straight Democratic ticket; Al Smith is praised for his unrelenting hostility to African Americans. No explicit claim of authorship and no identification of the issuing organization (from internal evidence, it seems likely that it was issued at some level within the Democratic Party in North Carolina and certainly for distribution within the state. OCLC locates one copy (North Carolina). Folded as for mailing; with defect noted a very good example of a racist election appeal. Self-wrappers (some wear along a rear fold, with loss of several letters). (8659). Item #61649

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