[Oakland]: Voice Publishing Company, 1946. 140pp. Original tan wrappers printed in black. Some creasing and light chipping to wrappers. Internally clean. About very good. Item #3545
Sixth edition, revised and enlarged, with the subtitle reading "A book discussing the problems of unity and co-operation among American Negroes in those matters concerning their betterment." Barrett's work includes chapters such as "The meaning of co-operation and unity, racial and interracial," "The meaning of the word Negro, and why I use it," "Some reasons why we are divided," "The influence of the Negro minister, and the Negro church in accelerating unity and co-operation among us," "Negro world unity," and "The solution of the problem of division among us." A portrait photograph of the author is printed on the page opposite the Introduction. OCLC reports only ten copies of this scarce work in institutions.