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As a minister he was clearly connected to the black masses and the black clergy
network that stretched across Baton Rouge . This network gave him access to the
resources and organized work forces of the church community . In addition to ...
It appears that the Baton Rouge boycott could have functioned indefinitely , as
did the subsequent Montgomery boycott , if the leaders had not accepted the
compromise . In retrospect Reverend Jemison admitted , “ My vision was not
I thank Jeff Selbin , Eric Selbin , and Helen Cordes for providing me with
additional information on the Baton Rouge boycott . 13 . Ibid . 14 . Ibid . 15 .
Jemison interview . 16 . This position differs from that of Meier and Rudwick , who
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A sociological, mass movement based look at the Civil Rights Mvt and it's constituent alphabet soup parts: NAACP, CORE, SCLC, MIA etc. The interesting thing about this book is the many interviews the ... Read full review
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