The driving force in Chesnutt's life was the wish to help his race.
Long before the days of the NAACP, which he later joined, and to
the end of his life, he lectured, wrote,and corresponded on the
everlasting problem." His letters reveal courage and good sense
with which he faced racial discrimination."
Originally published in 1952.
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