The Nobel laureate writes "until we learn to allow and, beyond that, to enjoy our singularities and differences of races and nationalities, we shall remain suspended in a state of tension," and speaks to the intricate web of personal and global tensions and how they affect one another.
Opportunity: Journal of Negro Life. Vol. XII, Number 12. New York: National Urban League, December 1934.
4to, 8 1/4 x 11 1/4 in. (dampstain to upper edge, partial split at spine). Features an editorial titled "As A Man Thinketh, So Is He" by Pearl S. Buck, who is noted as a frequent contributor whose "previous writings for this magazine constitute a collection of the noblest thoughts ever set down on the American race problem." (p.359).
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