RACE PREJUDICE AS SELF REJECTION: an inquiry into the psychological…

RACE PREJUDICE AS SELF REJECTION: an inquiry into the psychological and spiritual aspects of group conflicts

Edition: First Edition

New York: The Workshop for Cultural Democracy, 1957. Octavo, 29 pp, stapled, in grey card covers printed in red. Yellowing along inner margins of covers, light tan spots at bottom of front cover, else near fine. "Compiled and edited from his speeches in New York, December, 1956, by Nathan Sherman, Publisher, The Blackmore Press; Martha Jaeger, Friends Conference on Religion and Phychology [sic]; Roger Lyons, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace". Two page Introduction by Richard Sherman. "In some way, we must come to terms with the rejected aspects of our lives, or the result will be another disaster. Unless we do this, we will continue to project our own self-rejection onto the life around us. We will continue to blame other persons, societies, nations and races for that in ourselves which we fear. This projected animosity, multiplied among us, leads to the strife that ends in hate, violence and, eventually, to war." - Introduction. An uncommon pamphlet, the outcome of the noted Afrikaaner author's first visit to America. ; Octavo

Book ID: 54918
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