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Deep in my heart, [electronic resource] by William M. Kunstler. Forewords by James Forman and Martin Luther King, Jr.

By: Kunstler, William M. (William Moses), 1919-1995.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York, Morrow, 1966Description: xxvi, 384 p. 22cm.Subject(s): Kunstler, William M. (William Moses), 1919-1995 | Lawyers -- United States -- Biography | Justice, Administration of -- Southern States | African Americans -- Civil rightsAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Deep in my heart.; Online version:: Deep in my heart.; Online version:: Deep in my heart.DDC classification: 323.40924 Online resources: Free eBook from the Internet Archive | Additional information and access via Open Library
Contents:
Pt. I. Jackson, Mississippi. It all begins ; A touch of history ; The Freedom Rides ; A toe in the water ; Legal gymnastics ; Days in court ; Goodbye for now -- Pt. II. Monroe, Nashville, and Birmingham. Another call ; Martin Luther King ; Shuttlesworth v. Moore -- Pt. III. Albany, Georgia. The Gandhi Society for Human Rights ; First blood ; The battle is joined ; A victory and a loss ; In the right court ; Postscript -- Pt. IV. Mississippi revisited. My daughter becomes involved ; A cry for help ; Meredith v. Fair -- Pt. V. Birmingham. Prelude ; The city of churches ; The struggle deepens ; A lasting victory -- Pt. VI. Danville. Another summer begins ; A successful skirmish ; Of stays and sieges -- Pt. VII. Between summers. New Orleans and Jackson ; State v. Lowry -- Pt. VIII. St. Augustine. The beginning ; The middle ; The end -- Pt. IX. Cracks in the wall. Mississippi summer ; The challenge ; The road ahead.
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Pt. I. Jackson, Mississippi. It all begins ; A touch of history ; The Freedom Rides ; A toe in the water ; Legal gymnastics ; Days in court ; Goodbye for now -- Pt. II. Monroe, Nashville, and Birmingham. Another call ; Martin Luther King ; Shuttlesworth v. Moore -- Pt. III. Albany, Georgia. The Gandhi Society for Human Rights ; First blood ; The battle is joined ; A victory and a loss ; In the right court ; Postscript -- Pt. IV. Mississippi revisited. My daughter becomes involved ; A cry for help ; Meredith v. Fair -- Pt. V. Birmingham. Prelude ; The city of churches ; The struggle deepens ; A lasting victory -- Pt. VI. Danville. Another summer begins ; A successful skirmish ; Of stays and sieges -- Pt. VII. Between summers. New Orleans and Jackson ; State v. Lowry -- Pt. VIII. St. Augustine. The beginning ; The middle ; The end -- Pt. IX. Cracks in the wall. Mississippi summer ; The challenge ; The road ahead.

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