Margaret Halsey - Works

Works

  • With Malice Toward Some (1938)
  • Some of My Best Friends Are Soldiers (1944)
  • Color Blind: A White Woman Looks at the Negro (1946)
  • The Folks at Home (1952)
  • This demi-paradise : a Westchester diary (1960)
  • The Pseudo-Ethic: A Speculation on American Politics and Morals (1963)
  • No Laughing Matter: The Autobiography of a WASP (1977)

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