• History of Movement in MS, focusing on Bob Moses.
  • History of women's participation in the movement.
  • King's account of the Montgomery bus boycott movement.

Was Shot, Photo History of Civil Rights Movement, by James Haskins.

Historical novel set in 1963 about the early days of the Movement.

Overview, history, and background of the civil rights movement.

History of the struggle from slavery times to the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s.
Story of the courageous MCHR doctors, nurses, and health professionals who cared for the injured and struggled for justice and health-care equality during Freedom Summer, Selma, the anti-war movement, Chicago, Alcatraz, Wounded Knee, and elsewhere.

Volume Three of Pulitzer Prize winning history of the Movement.

There were thousands of arrests nationwide as clinics increasingly became political battlefields.
Written by a former SNCC field secretary, this essential book explores the complex and essential relationship between the widespread nonviolent protests that built political awareness and the armed self-defense against racist terrorism that made organizing the Southern Freedom Movement possible.


Biography of Bayard Rustin and his key role in the Movement.

Uses stories and struggles of individuals to illustrate of broader historical movements.
As a result of the industrial revolution many women were in full-time employment, which meant they had opportunities to meet in large organised groups to discuss political and social issues.

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Part of Reconfiguring American Political History series.

Nineteenth century feminists talked about "The Cause". This described a movement for women's rights generally. It had no particular political focus. But by the close of the century the issue of the vote became the focus of women's struggle for equality.

Detailed history and analyses of the Cambridge movement.

Political Correctness started in a think tank in Germany in 1923. It was going to be called The Institute of Marxism but in order to hide its Marxist roots it became known as The Institute of Social Research. The purpose was to find a solution to the biggest problem facing the implementers of communism in Russia. Why wasn't communism spreading? Because Western Civilization was in its way with its belief in the individual and that an individual could develop valid ideas.

Extensive history & analysis of the Movement by Julian Bond.

At the root of communism was the theory that all valid ideas come from the effect of the social group of the masses. The individual is nothing. And they believed that the only way for communism to advance was to help Western Civilization to destroy itself by undermining its foundations by chipping away at the rights of those annoying individuals. One way to do that? Change their speech and thought patterns by spreading the idea that vocalising your beliefs is disrespectful to others and must be avoided to make up for past inequities and injustices. Then use this to stifle any discussion which might show up the lack of common sense in their ideology. And call it something that sounds positive: "Political Correctness."

Articles and essays by Movement activist and historian Howard Zinn.

That is how Political Correctness came about and why it is the tool of the far left in politics. When Hitler took over Germany in 1933, the Institute moved to the USA (as most of the thinkers were Jewish).
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