Unlikely heroes: the dramatic story of the Southern judges of the Fifth Circuit who translated the Supreme Court's Brown decision into a revolution for equality
Centers around four federal judges: Elbert P. Tuttle, John Minor Wisdom, John R. Brown, and Richard Taylor Rives.
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