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The origins of the civil rights movement : Black communities organizing for change

An account of the origins, development, and personalities of the Civil Rights movement from 1953-1963
Print Book, English, ©1984
Free Press ; Collier Macmillan, New York, London, ©1984
History
xiv, 354 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 25 cm
9780029221204, 9780029221303, 002922120X, 0029221307
10849780
Domination, church, and the NAACP
Beginnings and confrontations
Movement centers: MIA, ICC, and ACMHR
The SCLC: the decentralized political arm of the Black church
The SCLC's crusade for citizenship
Organizational relationships: the SCLC, the NAACP, and CORE
Movement halfway houses
Internal organization and direct action
1960: origins of a decade of disruption
Birmingham: a planned exercise in mass disruption
Theoretical overview and conclusions