Civil Rights Crossroads: Nation, Community, and the Black Freedom Struggle (Google eBook)
"The enigmatic figure of John Jacob Niles, collector, songwriter, composer, and scholar, receives its due in this new biography from Pen (director, John Jacob Niles Ctr. for American Music, Univ. of Kentucky)." --Library Journal.
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EXPLORING JOHNSONS CIVIL RIGHTS POLICY
THE IMPROBABLE EMANCIPATOR
MIXING MODERATION WITH MILITANCY
FROM BOYCOTTS TO BALLOTS
PRESERVING THE SECOND RECONSTRUCTION
THE UNMAKING OF THE SECOND RECONSTRUCTION
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