Segregation: The Inner Conflict in the South (Brown Thrasher Books)
"Robert Penn Warren has done an admirable and moving piece. . . . To sensitive Southerners who read the book it will sound almost like a cry of anguish, as indeed it is."--"New York Times Book Review""It is doubtful that any other book has brought so sharply into focus the impact on the South of the court's action. Here the region's fears and hatreds stand out in vivid relief, as well as its nostalgic desires to maintain the best of its traditions in the face of indisputable, unaccepted knowledge that the past has irrevocably flown."--"Catholic World"
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- Robert Penn Warren(Author) William Bedford Clark(Foreword)
- University of Georgia Press; Reissue edition (30 Sept. 1994)
- Society, Politics & Philosophy
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