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This thought-provoking examination of the history of the U.S. Constitution gives careful consideration to how it functions today.
The 1961 Freedom Rides come to life in Bausum's book through the unflinching personal stories of two men uniting for a common cause: Lewis, the African American Southerner and Zwerg, the Caucasian Midwesterner. The dynamic book design includes Civil Rights song lyrics, first-hand accounts and provocative black-and-white photographs layered with lavender-and-gray panels. Exemplary documentation and end notes further illuminate the journey.
The little-known story of a young African American teacher, who was thrown off a streetcar in 1854 and won a court case against the railway company, comes to life in this account.