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Fine. No Jacket. Book. 8 3/4h x 5 1/2w. A super nice 288 page Uncorrected Page Proof softcover with bright white pages and a black & white photo section in center. Has a little scuffing top edge and still real nice. George Wallace's stand in the schoolhouse door has long burned in American consciousness, however just as interesting are the circumstances that led him there in the first place. This is a wide-ranging account of the University of Alabama's 1956 and 1963 desegregation attempts, as well as the little-known story of Tuscaloosa, Alabama's, own civil rights movement. Now look what we have in todays world compared to back then.
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