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The second essay deals with the relations between race and religion, focusing in particular on Baldwin's experiences with the Christian church as a youth, as well as the Islamic ideas of others in Harlem. The book was first published by The New Yorker and owing to its great success, it was subsequently published in book form by Dial Press in , and in Britain by Penguin Books in ; both essays in the book had previously been published in The Progressive and The New Yorker , respectively. Critics greeted the book enthusiastically; it is considered, by some, one of the most influential books about race relations in the s. The book includes two essays that were written in the s during a time of segregation between White and Black Americans. Jacquelyn Dowd Hall wrote an article that focused on the civil rights movement , led by Martin Luther King , building on Baldwin's work. Baldwin's piece examined the issue of racism mainly in his area of Harlem, New York, and Hall emphasized that the racial issue they confronted in America was not a sectional but a national problem.
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