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Journal of Southern History
Such original scholarship when 'school choice' is a current issue bears serious contemplation.
Cecelski makes his case with clarity and fairness.
A well-written analysis of a neglected feature of the civil rights movement in the South.
North Carolina Historical Review
Along Freedom Road is a book that should be read by anyone interested in civil rights, schooling, and southern history.
History of Education Quarterly
|Ch. 1||White Folks' Ways||31|
|Ch. 2||Tired of Having to Bear the Burdens||59|
|Ch. 3||Once in Our Lifetimes||83|
|Ch. 4||Another Birmingham?||105|
|Ch. 5||The Marches to Raleigh||127|
|Ch. 6||The Hour of Harvest||145|