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Reporting Civil Rights: the Library of America Edition Hardcover – July 11, 2013
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David J. Garrow, Research Professor of History and Law University of Pittsburgh School of Law.
Bill Kovach, chairman, Committee of Concerned Journalists.
Carol Polsgrove, professor of journalism at Indiana University.
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The set consists of 2000 pages and covers over thirty years of the African American Civil Rights movement. It includes about 200 separate entries and eyewitness accounts to the events it describes by 150 different authors. Besides presenting the written word, each volume includes a separate set of 32 photographs, many of them published for the first time. The books include a detailed chronology of the years covered together with biographical notes on each writer represented in the collection.
The first volume begins in 1941 with A.Read more ›