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Civil Rights Chronicle: The African-American Struggle for Freedom

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The dramatic personal and political stories behind the Civil Rights Movement as it happened across the North and the South. Foreword by Myrlie Evers-Williams, Civil Rights activist and educator, former chair of the NAACP, and widow of Civil Rights activist Medgar Evers. More than 900 striking photographs of people, events, and artifacts - with lively, expert commentary. Co ...more
Hardcover, 448 pages
Published June 1st 2007 by Publications International (first published October 1st 2003)
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Mark Bauerlein earned his doctorate in English at UCLA in 1988. He has taught at Emory since 1989, with a two-and-a-half year break in 2003-05 to serve as the Director, Office of Research and Analysis, at the National Endowment for the Arts. Apart from his scholarly work, he publishes in popular periodicals such as The Wall Street Journal, The Weekly Standard, The Washington Post, TLS, and Chronic ...more
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