Debating the civil rights movement is an important book that forces us to rethink the meaning of leadership in arguably the most significant movement for social change in 20th century america debating the civil rights movement is a passionate dialogue of interpretative difference by two exquisite historians. In debating the civil rights movement 1945 1968 the authors argues about the key components and events in the second civil rights movement harry truman ella baker john f kennedy the naacp and other policies and laws were keys to the success of the movement the one thing that the two authors agreed on was that both national and local governments needed each other to make the era a success. Debating the civil rights movement 1945 1968 by charles m payne steven f lawson paperback 2006 be the first to write a review. Debating the civil rights movement 1945 1968 responsibility steven f lawson and charles payne introduction by james t patterson imprint lanham md rowman littlefield c1998 physical description vii 167 p ill 24 cm series debating twentieth century america online available online at the library green library find it stacks items in stacks call number status e18561
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