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by Linda Reed

Author: Linda Reed
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Indiana University Press; First Edition edition (December 22, 1991)
Pages: 288 pages
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.9
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Simple Decency & Common Sense: The Southern Conference Movement, 1938–1963 by Linda Reed. Indiana Magazine of History.

Simple Decency & Common Sense: The Southern Conference Movement, 1938–1963 by Linda Reed.

Simple Decency & Common Sense book. Simple Decency & Common Sense: The Southern Conference Movement, 1938-1963 (Blacks in the Diaspora). 0253348951 (ISBN13: 9780253348951).

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Simple Decency and Common Sense : The Southern Conference Movement, 1938-1963. A factual record assembled in depth, this is an important contribution to the archives of integration and nondiscrimination. -Journal of Southern History " Reed's] book brings a fascinating band of progressive Southerners into focus, some of them for the first time, and follows them from the late thirties into the sixties. They bear following, and remembering. Southern States Race relations. Note: "Bibliographical essay":p. Corporate Name: Southern Conference Educational Fund History. Rubrics: Liberalism Southern States History 20th century African Americans Civil rights. Download now Simple decency & common sense : the southern conference movement, 1938-1963 Linda Reed.

Simple Decency and Common Sense: The Southern Conference Movement, 1938–1963, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1991.

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The Southern Conference Movement, 1938-1963 (Blacks in the Diaspora). Published October 1994 by Indiana University Press.

Linda Reed, author of Simple Decency and Common Sense: The Southern Conference Movement, 1938–1963. Historical studies of black youth activism have until now focused almost exclusively on the activities of the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) and the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). However, the NAACP youth councils and college chapters predate both of those organizations

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"A factual record assembled in depth, this is an important contribution to the archives of integration and nondiscrimination." —Publishers Weekly

"... well-researched and informative... " —Journal of Southern History

"[Reed’s] book brings a fascinating band of progressive Southerners into focus, some of them for the first time, and follows them from the late thirties into the sixties. They bear following, and remembering. So does this book." —Southern Changes