Author: Robert K. Vischer
This book addresses the work of attorneys in the context of one’s moral code, in comparison with how Martin Luther King Jr.’s work was premised on his own moral code.
Author: Gavin Wright
The author, a Professor of American Economic History at Stanford University, delves into the economic impact of the civil rights movement upon the American South and the people who live and work there.
Author: Zoe A. Colley
The author looks at the choice of civil rights organizations to use the strategy of deliberate imprisonment during the civil rights movement and the effectiveness of the strategy in bringing attention to the cause.
Author: George Rutherglen
The discussion in this book centers upon the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1866 within its historical context, and to where the road of jurisprudence that evolved from that Act has led us, as a nation, in the present day.
In the meantime, keep calm and read on.