Big Ralph: Reflections of a Black Police Chief
Did civil disobedience cause a distrust for authority & society's basic institutions? This book seeks to answer many questions that have caused a dilemma for the American people. Ralph Cothran joined the police department in 1964. In 1989, Big Ralph became the first Black Chief in the history of the Chattanooga police department. As an intellectual Big Ralph developed various theories over the years. With this book Big Ralph seeks to fill a void in literature. Many questions & concerns relating to the civil rights movement have not been evaluated. This book seeks to evaluate concerns like, what is integrationist philosophy? Also did Thurgood Marshall legalize Black inferiority in 1954? Crime & civil rights, welfare, prayer in schools, busing, family values & the respect for authority are also concerns. This biographical work is a historical review of the civil rights movement. BIG RALPH: REFLECTIONS OF A BLACK POLICE CHIEF, published by Psyche Publishing, can be purchased by sending 19.95 plus $3 shipping to Psyche Publishing, P.O. Box 91697, Atlanta, GA 30364-1697. 404-559-7910.
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