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MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR AND THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT - Martin Luther King Jr: Civil Rights Leader, Theologian, Orator (vol. 1 - 3); We Shall Overcome: The Civil Rights Movement in the United States in the 1950s and 1960s (vol. 4 - 6); The Walking City: The Montgomery Bus Boycott, 1955 - 1956; Birmingham, Alabama, 1956 - 1963: The Black Struggle for Civil Rights; Atlanta, Georgia, 1960 - 1961: Sit-ins and Student Activism; St. Augustine, Florida, 1963 - 1964: Mass Protest and Racial Violence; Chicago 1966: Open Housing Marches, Summit Negotiations, and Operations Breadbasket; At the River I Stand: Memphis, the 1968 Strike, and Martin Luther King; The Highlander Folk School: A History of its Major Programs, 1932 - 1961; Conscience of a Troubled South: The Southern Conference Education Fund, 1946 - 1966; Direct Action and Desegregation, 1960 - 1962: Toward a Theory of the Rationalization of Protest; The Sit-in Movement of the 1960s; The Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee: The Growth of Radicalism in a Civ
Carlson Publishing New York: Carlson Publishing, 1989. First Edition. 18 volumes, all First Editions, first printings. All volumes Near Fine, many appearing unread, a few with small splashing to the top page edge or boards. Included is a 14 page publisher's brochure, side stapled, also in Near Fine condition, containing brief descriptions of the contents of each volume, complete tables of contents, and short biographies of the main contributors. The most comprehensive resource on Dr. King and the Civil Rights Movement imaginable, containing over 150 pieces in 18 volumes covering the length of King's career, and featuring oral histories, an unpublished speech, and several Ph.D. dissertations representing important scholarly contributions to the field and likely unpublished elsewhere. Each volume is exhaustively indexed and cross-referenced with other volumes in the set. Although individual volumes can be found, this the first time we have encountered a complete set. Essential. Series editor David J. Garrow is a Pulitzer Prize winning historian and author specializing in the Civil Rights Movement and the Supreme Court, a frequent contributor to the New York Times, The Nation, and The New Republic, and served as the senior advisor to the 1987 PBS documentary "Eyes on the Prize." Shipping billed at cost.
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