The civil rights movement has entered a critical period. Without new tactics and fresh approaches, its future success is by no means assured. The struggle for freedom may be eternal, but specific movements never are: they adapt and prosper, or they falter into the graveyard of history.
If this seems too stark an introduction to an analysis of the civil rights movement, it may hopefully balance a contrary tendency. Immediacy and spontaneity are energizing attributes in both people and m...
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