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The Law of the Land

by Emerson Hough

A romance of the Mississippi Delta, involving the most vital expression of the Southerner's view of the race problem that has yet appeared in fiction. The author describes the "black volcano" over which white Southerners live, in an intensely realistic manner. His knowledge of the white man's burden, his keen descriptions of Northern mis-apprehension, equal his tremendous power as a story-teller and his elemental sense of humor.

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