Running for Freedom: Civil Rights and Black Politics in America Since 1941

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McGraw Hill

"In the more than two decades since the civil rights movement achieved some of the most momentous reforms of the twentieth century, scholars have produced a rich body of literature detailing the battle for racial and political equality.  Initially, most of the works focused on the activities of major civil rights organizations and leaders and their efforts to enact national legislation, gain presidential support, and win litigation before the federal courts." ~excerpt from the Preface of Running for Freedom