Table of contents for Freedom is a constant struggle : the Mississippi civil rights movement and its consequences / Kenneth T. Andrews.


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Contents
List of Tables and Figures	000
Acknowledgments	000
List of Acronyms and Descriptions for Organizations	000
1	Introduction	000
2	Explaining the Consequences of Social Movements	000
3	The Contours of Struggle	000
4	The Formation of Local Movement Trajectories in Mississippi	000
5	The Struggle for Political Power	000
6	The Politics of Poverty	000
7	Federal Authority, School Desegregation, and Countermobilization	000
8	The Acquisition of Political Power	000
9	Conclusion: The Legacies of the Civil Rights Movement	000
Appendix A: 	Study Design	000
Appendix B: 	Archival Collections	000
Appendix C: 	List of Interviews	000
Appendix D: 	Descriptions of Major Variables and Sources	000
References	000
Index	000




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Civil rights movements Mississippi History 20th century, African Americans Civil rights Mississippi History 20th century, Mississippi Race relations History 20th century