THE ACCOMMODATION: THE POLITICS OF RACE IN AN AMERICAN CITY.
Secaucus: Citadel Press, 1986. 199pp. Index. Gray paper over boards with brown cloth spine. Title and author’s name on the spine in silver. First edition. Near fine copy in an equally nice dust jacket. The author examines race relations in Dallas during the ‘50s and ‘60s. He contends that the civil rights movement passed over Dallas because of backroom political agreements between the city’s black and white leadership. Addresses a largely overlooked aspect of Dallas’ history.