Table of contents for The race beat : the press, the civil rights struggle, and the awakening of a nation / Gene Roberts and Hank Klibanoff.
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CHAPTER 1: An American Dilemma: “An Astonishing Ignorance. . . ”
CHAPTER 2: “A Fighting Press”
CHAPTER 3: Southern Editors in a Time of Ferment
CHAPTER 4: Ashmore Views the South
CHAPTER 5: The Brown Decisions Harden the South
CHAPTER 6: Into Mississippi
CHAPTER 7: The Till Trial
CHAPTER 8: Where Massive and Passive Resistance Meet
CHAPTER 9: Alabama
CHAPTER 10: Toward Little Rock
CHAPTER 11: Little Rock Showdown
CHAPTER 12: New Eyes on the Old South
CHAPTER 13: Backfire in Virginia
CHAPTER 14: From Sit-ins to SNCC
CHAPTER 15: Alabama versus the Times, Freedom Riders versus the South
CHAPTER 16: Albany
CHAPTER 17: Ole Miss
CHAPTER 18: Wallace and King
CHAPTER 19: Defiance at Close Range
CHAPTER 20: The Killing Season
CHAPTER 21: Freedom Summer
CHAPTER 22: Selma
CHAPTER 23: Beyond
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Race relations -- Press coverage -- United States.
African Americans -- Press coverage -- History -- 20th century.
African Americans -- Civil rights -- History -- 20th century.