About this title: "Born to a legacy of elite black Baptist ministry, Powell (1908-72) stood as the 'New Negro' whose triumphs over racial discrimination moved some to call him 'Mr. Civil Rights.' To others, the longtime Harlem congressman was either a prodigal son or merely unpredictable, intemperate, enigmatic, and dangerous."--"Library Journal." Photos.
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