Where Rebels Roost... Mississippi Civil Rights Revisited
Lulu.com, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 684 pages
A new look at the Mississippi Civil Rights Movement from the time that enslaved Africans arrived in Mississippi through 2005 as criminal cases and trials continue.. Whether a Rebel represents someone supporting the Confederacy's Lost Cause or someone opposing the caste system it represents, either way Mississippi has always been full of Rebels. Authors M. Susan Orr-Klopfer, Fred J. Klopfer, Barry C. Klopfer, Esq. Foreword by Benjamin T. Greenberg... "Understand Mississippi and you understand all of Democracy." Anonymous
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