All Things Considered
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Resistance to integration is well documented. But many whites in the South had a nuanced reaction to a changing landscape. Historian Jason Sokol chronicles their lives in There Goes My Everything. He talks with Debbie Elliott about the book.
White Southerners in the Age of Civil Rights, 1945-1975
by Jason Sokol
Hardcover, 433 pages |
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