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At Canaan's Edge: America in the King Years, 1965-68

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The final volume of Branch's magisterial history of the Civil Rights movement is a powerful rendering of Martin Luther King Jr.Us final years. The ... Show synopsis

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SHIRLEY

GREAT BOOK

by SHIRLEY on Nov 4, 2009

THIS BOOK IS A PORTRAYAL OF, THE UPS AND, DOWNS OF, PROTESTING THE INJUSTICE OF, SEGREGATION. WITH, ALL THE SPLINTERS AND,TRIALS OF THE JOURNEY. WONDERFUL READ!! More

JamesRMacLean

Death & Transfiguration (At Canaan's Edge)

by JamesRMacLean on Apr 9, 2007

This third and final volume of Branch Taylor's trilogy is of all the three the most unambiguously tragic. At times, reading the previous two volumes, I was so heartbroken at the succession of tragic setbacks in the movement that I wondered when and where the great, decisive victories against segregation ... More

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