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Includes bibliographical references (pages 191-199) and index.
Foreword by Morris Dees; Acknowledgments; Introduction; 1. Protest and Reaction; 2. Where Does St. Augustine Stand?; 3. Birth of a Social Conscience; 4. The Point of No Return; 5. The Fuse Is Lit; 6. Little Children Shall Lead Them; 7. State versus Federal Control; 8. Exodus with Honor; 9. Recrimination and Recovery; Notes; Index.
St. Augustine was planning an elaborate celebration of its founding. But when only whites were invited, local black leaders protested. Ferment in the city grew, convincing Martin Luther King Jr to bring his influence to the local struggle. This memoir recounts the struggle against segregation in St. Augustine, Florida, in the early and mid 1960s.
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