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Courage to dissent: Atlanta and the long history of the civil rights movement by Tomiko Brown-Nagin

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[ Academia ] : ++ { HIGHLY RELEVANT } ++ Comprehensive scholarly treatment of the history and law of segregation in the United States and in the State of Georgia and its capital city Atlanta, including particular detail on the American civil rights movement in Georgia, and Atlanta specifically,l during the 20th century; content -- in 3 parts -- addresses: Part 1. A.T. Walden and pragmatic civil rights lawyering in the postwar era. "Aren't going to let a nigger practice in our courts" : the milieu of civil rights pragmatism -- The roots of pragmatism : voting rights activism inside and outside the courts, 1944-1957 -- Housing markets, Black and White : negotiating the postwar housing crisis, 1944-1959 -- "Segregation pure and simple" : school, community, and the NAACP's education litigation, 1942-1958 -- More than "polite segregation" : Brown in public spaces, 1954-1959; Part 2. The movement, its lawyers, and the fight for racial justice during the 1960s. Seeking redress in the streets : the student movment's challenge to racial pragmatism and legal liberalism, 1960-1961 -- A volatile alliance : the marriage of lawyers and demonstrators, 1961-1964 -- Local people as agents of constitutional change : legal dead ends, the movement against "private" discrimination, and the countermobilization, 1963-1964 -- "New politics" : law, organizing, and a "movement of movements" in the Southern ghetto, 1965-1967; Part 3. Questioning Brown : lawyers, courts, and communities in struggle. A curious silence : community activism and the legal campaign to implement Brown, 1958-1971 -- An end to an "annual agony" : the backlash against Brown and busing, 1971-1974 -- "Bus them to Philadelphia" : a feminist lawyer and poor mothers crusade to redeem Brown, 1972-1980.

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Comprehensive scholarly treatment of the history and law of segregation in the United States and in the State of Georgia and its capital city Atlanta, including particular detail on the American civil rights movement in Georgia, and Atlanta specifically,l during the 20th century.

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