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Very informative but, scary to be reminded of the mentality of many in this country in the past, as well as, many still believe today.Published 6 days ago by Anthony S. Wilson
What I have read so far has been very insightful. I had never heard of Sundown Towns until I saw a report on TV. I can't imagine having to live a life like that. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Carol A. Todd
On one hand, this is a frequently overlooked and utterly important piece of American history. Unfortunately, I didn't find James Loewen's style of writing to be in sync with they... Read morePublished 1 month ago by J.G.
Not as ground-breaking as it suggests. The book is unnecessarily drawn out and should be a lot shorter and to the point. Read morePublished 2 months ago by AM
Loewe presents a well-researched examination of the relatively unknown phenomenon of sundown towns that substantiates the depth of racism in america.Published 2 months ago by Pedro R. Bermudez
This book is so informative of American history and the type of minds that says Land of the Free !Published 2 months ago by Anthony Brown