American Civil Rights Bibliography

Bloom, Jack M., Class, Race, and the Civil Rights Movement, Bloomington, 1987, pp.120-225.

Garrow, David J., Bearing the Cross: Martin Luther King Jr., and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, New York, 1988.


Lewis, David Levering, Martin Luther King Jr., and the promise of non-violent populism' in Franklin and Meier eds, Black Leaders of the Twentieth Century, Illinois, 1982, pp.277-302.

Moody, Anne, Coming of Age in Mississippi, London, 1968, pp.234-348.

Stikoff, Harvard, The Struggle for Black Equality 1954-1980, New York, 1981.

Van Deburg, William L., New Day in Babylon: The Black Power Movement and American Culture, 1965-1975, Chicago, 1992.

Weisbrot, Robert, Freedom Bound: A History of America's Civil Rights Movement, New York, 1990.

American Civil Rights Series

Philosophies & Strategies of the Non-Violence & Black Power Movements
Why Non-Violence waned and Black Power gained Popularity