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Basic Quakerism
Corporate Discernment

Lost Prophet

Lost Prophet

Lost Prophet

The Life And Times Of Bayard Rustin

BY JOHN D'EMILIO ABOUT BAYARD RUSTIN

Brief Description:
"[Quaker] Bayard Rustin became famous for working behind the scenes. The tactics of public protest that became that became familiar in the 1960s - marches on Washington, Freedom Rides, sit-ins, passive resistance, civil disobedience - were pioneered and refined by Rustin two decades earlier. Indeed, through his decisive influence on Martin Luther King Jr., Rustin created the model for the social movements of post-World War II America - civil rights, antiwar, gay liberation, feminist." - Michael Anderson, New York Times

University of Chicago Press 2004 564 PP. Paper

$25.00 (in stock)

 

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