We shall overcome : the Civil Rights Movement in the United States in the 1950's and 1960's / edited with a preface by David J. Garrow.

Brooklyn, N.Y. : Carlson Pub., 1989.
3 volumes (xiv, 1201 pages) ; 24 cm.


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  • Volume 1: Editor's Preface
  • Chapter 1: DeFacto Leadership and the Civil Rights Movement / Norman C. Amaker
  • Chapter 2: The Southern Freedom Movement in Perspective / Anne Braden
  • Chapter 3: The Civil Rights Movement: momentum and Organization / Kenneth B. Clark
  • Chapter 4: Black Belt, Alabama /Jerry DeMuth
  • Chapter 5: Negro Demonstrations and the Law: Danville as a Test Case / James W. Ely
  • Chapter 6: The Southern Christian leadership Conference and the Second Reconstruction, 1957-1973 / Adam Fairclough
  • Chapter 7: The Voter-Registration Drive in Selma, Alabama / John R. Fry
  • Chapter 8: Black Civil Rights During the Eisenhower Years / David J. Garrow
  • Chapter 9: The Right to be Served: Oklahoma City's Lunch Counter Sit ins 1958-1964
  • Chapter 10: Black radicalization and the Funding of Civil Rights, 1957-1970
  • Chapter 11: Albany, Georgia / Vincent Harding and Staughton Lynd
  • Chapter 12: Where Have All the Lovers Gone? / Vincent Harding
  • Chapter 14: The Religion of Black Power / Vincent Harding.
  • Volume 2: The law and civil rights: the Justice Department in the South / Thelton Henderson
  • Five battles of Selma / Warren Hinckle and David Welch
  • The provocation of violence: a civil rights tactic? / Jan Howard
  • Five long hot summers and how they grew / Howard Hubbard
  • Recent trends in the civil rights movement / Tom Kahn and August Meier
  • Organization, rationality, and spontaneity in the civil rights movement / Lewis M. Killian
  • James L. Bevel: the strategist of the 1960s civil rights movement / Randall L. Kryn
  • The movement, Negro challenge to the myth / James H. Law
  • Sixty-five days in Memphis: a study of culture, symbols, and the press
  • The angry children of Malcolm X /Julius Lester
  • The Negro revolt against 'The Negro Leaders' / Louis E. Lomax
  • Tactical innovation and the pace of insurgency / Doug McAdam
  • The 1968 Memphis Sanitation Strike and the FBI: a case study in urban surveillance / Gerald D. McKnight
  • A harvest of hate: The FBI's war against Black youth: domestic intelligence in Memphis, Tennessee / Gerald D. McKnight
  • Black enfranchisement in Mississippi: Federal enforcement and Black protest in the 1960s / Neil R. McMillen
  • The protest movement and the law / Burke Marshall
  • The successful sit-ins in a border city: a study in social causation / August Meier
  • The revolution against the NAACP / August Meier
  • New currents in the Civil Rights Movement / August Meier
  • Negro protest movements and organizations / August Meier
  • Dynamics of crisis and unity in the Southern movement / August Meier
  • Case study in nonviolent direct action / August Meier, Thomas S. Plaut and Curtis Smothers
  • The dilemmas of Negro protest strategy / August Meier
  • The urban ghetto and Black politics / August Meier.
  • Volume 3: The boycott movement against Jim Crow streetcars in the South / August Meier
  • The origins of nonviolent direct action in Afro-American protest: a note on historical discontinuities / August Meier
  • Black Southern Student Sit-in Movement: an analysis of internal organization / Aldon Morris
  • Inside the sit-ins and Freedom Rides / Diane Nash
  • A study of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference / Ewell Reagin
  • The Lawd' descends and is crucified: Martin Luther King, Jr. in Albany, Georgia / John A. Ricks
  • From protest to politics: the future of the civil rights movement / Bayard Rustin
  • 'Black power' and coalition politics / Bayard Rustin
  • The Tallahassee Bus Protest / Charles U. Smith and Lewis M. Killian
  • The Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee: rise and fall of a redemptive organization / Emily Stoper
  • A preliminary report on the status of the Negro in Dallas County, Alabama / Harris Wofford
  • Gandhi the civil rights lawyer
  • The double job in civil rights / Howard Zinn.
  • 0926019023 ((set ; : alk. paper))
  • 9780926019027 ((set ; : alk. paper))
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