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Guterl highlights the lives and work of a number of personalities during the early part of the twentieth century, who reflect the transformation of racial identity in the U.S. Among those profiled are Daniel Cohalan, an Irish-American nationalist and substantial political figure in New York; Madison Grant, a eugenist and white supremacist; W. E. B. Du Bois, an African American social scientist; and Jean Toomer, a novelist and racial pluralist.
— Vernon Ford