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Seth Adler, setting out alone from New York in the latter part of the nineteenth century as a young Jew in quest of a freer, open life in the Southland, was sure all adversity could be overcome by courage and perseverance. In his struggle to build a place for himself, first as an enterprising merchant and then as a skillful lawyer in Savannah, he meets both kindness and cr ...more
Hardcover, 471 pages
Published August 1st 1977 by Doubleday Books
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Richard Kluger is an American author who, after working as a New York journalist and publishing executive, turned in mid-career to writing widely lauded books on U.S. social history. His two best known works are Simple Justice, generally regarded as the definitive account of the U.S. Supreme Court’s 1954 landmark decision outlawing racially segregated public schools, and Ashes to Ashes, a critical ...more
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