A. Philip Randolph
Randolph made his greatest impact as a civil rights activist. His success in convincing President Franklin D. Roosevelt to issue an order to end discrimination in the defense industries and the organization of the 1963 1963 march on Washington are just two major accomplishments discussed in this book. Chronology, list of further readings, and index. Part of the Black Americans of Achievement series.
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