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Excellent and accurate. I can personally attest to the man, Harris Mobley, Ph.D. He was my major professor in Sociology/Anthropology at Georgia Southern College in Statesboro, Ga. 30458 in the late 1960's. Even during these trying racial times in Georgia, he challenged his students to do their part to expose wrongs and help correct inequities. We as a class, participated in NAACP meetings (unheard of in those days) and I was even allowed by Dr. Mobley to study a mendelian population (interbreeding group) that lived between Statesboro and Savannah. We heard of his work and study of the Ashanti tribe in Africa and some students went there under his inspiration.
I am fortunate to have discovered this book through the miracle of the internet. I am so glad that times have changed for the better and that I had the experience of studying under and being positively influenced by Dr. Harris Mobley. He, along with Dr. Zolton Farkas had great influence on me while at Georgia Southern and throughout my entire life. Thank you sirs!
Ben Savell Carlton, Ph.D.
Maybe because youre taller
Dont let them see you cry
Yankee money and goodhearted sheriffs
What about me?
A new way of thinking
Turn on tune in drop out
You have kept your secret long enough
All a part of the zeitgeist
Except the Lord build the house
The most meticulous preparation
Fledglings ready to fly
Unless and until
Where sound the cries