They said the information was very well written.
I wish there were more books about this issue like this that was as insightful about this topic without being judgmental about it.
It's really quiet amazing how common liaisons between different races were in this time period and oddly how tolerated they were.
Clear language covering a broad period and geographic area. A good foray into the legal context and variety of responses in various areas of the south.Published 12 months ago by Helen Kimble
The book reveals how the white man used social power the weakest of the three, namely econmic power and political power in an effort to prevent the black man's efforts to achieve... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Robert Stevenson
The book does absolutely make one think (or better--realize) that the 'Old Days' were not necessarily the 'Best Days. Read morePublished on June 26, 2010 by John R. Spencer
PLEASE READ THE EXCERPTS OF THIS BOOK ON AMAZON! This book does NOT say that MOST black man/white woman rape cases were about "lovers" being separated by racist white men! Read morePublished on October 3, 2008 by fre