Table of contents for The civil rights movement / Bruce J. Dierenfield.

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Contents
Acknowledgements	x
Publisher's Acknowledgement	xii
Abbreviations	xiii
Chronology	xv
Who's Who	xxii
Glossary	xxviii
Maps	xxxv
		The Problem	1
	PART ONE	The mississippi plan	7
	1	Jim Crow South	9
	PART TWO	The new negro	13
	2	Origins of the Movement	15
	3	The Brown Decision	22
	4	Little Rock Crisis	32
	PART THREE	Freedom bound	41
	5	Montgomery Bus Boycott	43
	6	Sit-Ins	54
	7	Freedom Ride	63
	8	Battle of Ole Miss	71
	9	Bombingham	78
	10	March on Washington	87
	PART FOUR	The movement fractures	97
	11	Freedom Summer	99
	12	Bloody Sunday	112
	PART FIVE	The dream deferred	125
	13	Black Power	127
		Assessment	136
	PART SIX	Documents	139
	1	14th Amendment, 1868	140
	2	Brown v. Board of Education, 347 US 483, 17 May 1954	140
	3	Declaration of Constitutional Principles: the Southern Manifesto, 12 March 1956	141
	4	Herblock cartoon on President Dwight Eisenhower, 1956	142
	5	James Farmer, 'Separation or Integration? A debate at Cornell University', 7 March 1962	143
	6	'We shall overcome'	143
	7	Robert Kennedy's telephone calls during the Freedom Ride, 22 May 1961	144
	8	Martin Luther King's 'Letter from Birmingham Jail', 16 April 1963	144
	9	John F. Kennedy's radio and television report to the American people on civil rights, 11 June 1963	146
	10	Martin Luther King's 'I have a dream' speech, 28 August 1963	147
	11	Malcolm X's speech in cleveland, April 1964	148
	12	Mississippi voter registration form, early 1960s	149
	13	Student Voice editorial cartoon on the FBI, 25 November 1964	151
	14	SNCC handbill on the usefulness of politics in Mississippi, 1964	152
	15	White volunteers in Mississippi Freedom Summer, 1964	152
	16	SNCC position paper, 5 August 1966	153
	17	Report of the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders, March 1968	154
	18	Black Panthers' founding document, October 1966	155
	19	Graph of poverty status by race, 1939-1994	156
Further Reading	157
Index	171

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Civil rights movements -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
African Americans -- Civil rights -- History -- 20th century.
United States -- Race relations -- History -- 20th century.