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By João F. Normano
University of North Carolina Press, 1935
266 pp. $3.00

A Brazilian sociologist analyzes the effect of his country's mixed racial heritage on its historical development and its prospects for the future. He very definitely does not hold with the racial snobs, for he finds in mixture a source of national strength rather than of weakness. The substance of this book consists of lectures originally delivered at Indiana University.

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