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Pillar of Fire America in the King Years 1963-65 (Paperback)

Author:  Taylor Branch
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0684848090
ISBN-13: 9780684848099
Sku: 30426661
Publish Date: 4/10/2007
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 9.25H x 6L x 1.5T
Pages:  768
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On April 27, 1962, Muslims gathered for the Friday evening prayer service at Muhammad's Temple No. 27 in South-Central Los Angeles, east of Culver City and west of Watts. (from the first line)
In the second volume of the three-part trilogy of monumental history that began with the Pulitzer Prize-winning "Parting the Waters", Taylor Branch recreates the dramas that affected every American as the civil rights movement grew in size, impact, and intensity. of photos.
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In the second volume of his three-part history, a monumental trilogy that began with Parting the Waters, winner of the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Critics Circle Award, Taylor Branch portrays the Civil Rights Movement at its zenith, recounting the climactic struggles as they commanded the national stage.

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Tikkun
"...[A] monumental historical resource..." May/June, 1998

Washington Post Book World
"Branch spins an intricate, seamless web of politics and personalities, ambition and imagination, triumph and tragedy." - Jeff Shesol 01/25/1998

Wall Street Journal
"A powerful, surprising argument, never explicitly stated but implicitly clear, holding that the rebellions against the established order--which took their form in the civil-rights movement, the youth movement, the early stirrings of the women's movement and the middle class's changing self-definition through the 1960s--were inextricably linked." - David M. Shribman 01/16/1998

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Product attributeBook Format:   Paperback
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0768
Product attributePublisher:   Simon & Schuster
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