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Standing at the Edge of Madness based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
This is a great book, with a message that affects many Americans. The author took a stand on racism and education. In his non-fiction book he privides us with a story on the Jackson State University tragedy that did not get the expusure Kent State received, In reading the book you see why. The book is exciting to read, our college youth should read this book to learn the problems on racism and the historic effect racism had on these students, their families and their school,
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It has it all! Excitment,sadness, laughter, humor, hope,valuable historical information, solutions for many of the problems facing the world today, thrills and chills and a lot of questions as to why this powerful non-fictional event is not more well known. I think it's time for America to wake up and smell the coffee! That should be enough said about that!! All in all though, I enjoyed 'Standing At The Edge of Madnes and recommend it as excellent reading for all!!!
Standing at the edge of madness is a very inspiring book. This book gave me insight about what happend at Jakson State University in the 70's