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100 1  Arrington, Richard.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
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245 10 There's Hope for the World :|bthe Memoir of Birmingham, 
       Alabama''s First African American Mayor. 
264  1 Tuscaloosa :|bUniversity of Alabama Press,|c2008. 
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505 0  Preface; 1. Leaving City Hall: The Last Day; 2. Early Life
       Overview: The Journey from Sharecropping to City Hall; 3. 
       The Call of Political Leadership: The Council Race and 
       First Mayoral Election (A Revival of Hope); 4. Police 
       Brutality: Terrorism in Birmingham; 5. Police Reform: A 
       First Priority; Illustrations follow page 90 and page 178;
       6. The Controversial Reign of Chief Artie Deutsch; 7. The 
       Beginning of the Federal Investigation; 8. In the Eye of a
       Corruption Probe: FBI Surveillance; 9. Feds Designate Me 
       as a Target of Grand Jury Investigation. 
505 8  10. The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute (BCRI)11. 
       Keeping the City Viable: Annexations and Economic 
       Development; 12. The Jefferson County Citizens Coalition 
       (JCCC); 13. Politics and Football: The University of 
       Alabama, Auburn, UAB, and the Magic City Classic; 14. 
       Stepping-stones: Transition and Reconciliation; Notes; 
       Index. 
520    On a sultry September morning in 1955, a young African 
       American man, the son of share croppers, boarded a 
       Greyhound bus in Birmingham, Alabama, to leave his home 
       state for the first time in his life. He was headed for 
       the University of Detroit on a teaching scholarship from 
       Miles College. Richard Arrington could not have guessed 
       then that his future as a teacher would be postponed for 
       decades by big-city politics--and that he would serve a 
       record-setting five terms as chief executive of Alabama's 
       largest city. Under Arrington's leadership, Birmingham 
       rebu. 
588 0  Print version record. 
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776 08 |iPrint version:|aArrington, Richard.|tThere''s Hope for 
       the World : The Memoir of Birmingham, Alabama''s First 
       African American Mayor.|dTuscaloosa : University of 
       Alabama Press, ©1753|z9780817316235 
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