Waging a good war : how the civil rights movement won its battles, 1954-1968
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"In Waging a Good War, Thomas E. Ricks offers a fresh perspective on the civil rights movement of 1950s and 1960s and its legacy today. He follow Martin Luther King, Jr. and other key figures from Montgomery to Memphis, demonstrating that Gandhian nonviolence was a philosophy of active, not passive, resistance. Ricks also highlights lesser-known figures who played critical roles in fashioning nonviolence into an effective tool. Waging a Good War is an indispensable addition to the literature of racial justice and social change--and one that offers vital lessons for our own time"--
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|Sodus Community Library||LP 323.119 RIC (Text)