Free at Last?: The Civil Rights Movement and the People Who Made It Fred Powledge

ISBN: 9780060974633

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Free at Last?: The Civil Rights Movement and the People Who Made It  by  Fred Powledge

Free at Last?: The Civil Rights Movement and the People Who Made It by Fred Powledge
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A welcome addition to civil rights history.…It is an old story, newly told here, with new insights and new characters, tied together with a new point of view.-- Julian BondWhat makes Fred Powledges new book especially valuable as an account ofMoreA welcome addition to civil rights history.…It is an old story, newly told here, with new insights and new characters, tied together with a new point of view.-- Julian BondWhat makes Fred Powledges new book especially valuable as an account of the Southern Civil Rights movement is its firsthand recollections of people who took part in or witnessed the movement.

Woven in with the authors narrative, more than 60 reminiscences lend the book a richness and breadth that lift it above most other accounts of the struggle.-- San Francisco ChronicleThis clear, brisk history of the civil-rights movement is a valuable aid to the memories of the middle-aged and an excellent summary for those too young to remember it.-- The New Yorker



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