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Baton Rouge in 1953 and emerged fully in the mid - 1950s in Montgomery ,
Tallahassee , and Birmingham . In none of these cases did an angry or volatile
mob gather and overpower the racist regimes of those Southern cities . On the
The Montgomery movement introduced the nonviolent approach for social
change to the black masses . Until this bus boycott , most blacks were unfamiliar
with the techniques and principles of nonviolent direct action . The Montgomery ...
22 . E . D . Nixon interview . 23 . See J . Mills Thornton III , " Challenge and
Response in the Montgomery Bus Boycott of 1955 - 1956 . " Alabama Review : A
Quarterly Journal of Alabama History , 32 – 33 ( 1979 – 80 ) : 173 – 74 . 24 . Ibid .
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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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