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There goes my everything: white Southerners in the age of civil rights, 1945-1975

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During the civil rights movement, epic battles for justice were fought in the streets, at lunch counters, and in the classrooms of the American South. Just as many battles were waged, however, in the hearts and minds of ordinary white southerners whose world became unrecognizable to them. Jason Sokol's vivid and unprecedented account of white southerners' attitudes and actions, related in their own words, reveals in a new light the contradictory mixture of stubborn resistance and pragmatic acceptance–as well as the startling and unexpected personal transformations–with which they greeted the enforcement of legal equality.
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subject_facetAfrican Americans -- Civil rights -- Southern States -- History -- 20th century
Civil rights movements -- Southern States -- History -- 20th century
Southern States -- Race relations -- History -- 20th century
Southern States -- Social conditions -- 1945-
Whites -- Southern States -- Attitudes -- History -- 20th century
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title_displayThere goes my everything : white Southerners in the age of civil rights, 1945-1975
title_fullThere Goes My Everything White Southerners in the Age of Civil Rights, 1945-1975
There goes my everything : white Southerners in the age of civil rights, 1945-1975 / Jason Sokol
title_shortThere goes my everything
title_subwhite Southerners in the age of civil rights, 1945-1975
topic_facetAfrican Americans
Attitudes
Civil rights
Civil rights movements
History
Nonfiction
Politics
Race relations
Social conditions
Sociology
Whites