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America in the Sixties

Joe Street wonders whether a longer book would have had room to develop a more robust analysis of the decade.

Martin Luther King Jr

Martin Luther King, Jr. remains arguably the most recognisable African American figure in world history. First thrust into the international spotlight courtesy of his leadership of a boycott of the public bus system in Montgomery, Alabama, where he was pastor of a local church, King became the lightning rod for the civil rights movement thatContinue reading “Martin Luther King Jr”