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From the Publisher"This is a moving account of a great regional, religious, and racial tragedy, and Newman treats everyone involved with fairness, understanding, and empathy....This book covers a lot of terrain that has never been spelled out before, and it will be the indispensable first word on the topic....It fills a very significant void in the scholarship of the 20th-century South and of the history of southern religion."
—John Boles, Rice University
"It is the best manuscript that has been done on the relationship of Southern Baptists to African Americans during the Civil Rights movement."
—Wayne Flynt, Auburn University