Table of contents for Freedom walk : Mississippi or bust / Mary Stanton.


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         Acknowledgments xi
   Introduction: Shadow History xiii

     Part I The Postman's Walk
              Walker 3
              Student o
              Outsider 20
              Patient 26
              Activist 33
              Crusader 42
               Native 56
              Agitator 6
                Mixer 65
              Victim 73
           The Suspect 76
      White Americans React 82
      Black Americans React 91
The Civil Rights Establishment Reacts 93

     Part II The Freedom Walk
        Passing the Torch 99
            Day One I04
            Day Two 112
            Day Three II9
         Alabama Reacts 28
         Freedom Now! 135
         Without Remorse I40
            Danville 145
      Cognitive Dissonance 149
        Another Direction I56



      White Shadow of SNCC I67
         Freedom Summer 171
            Moving On 183
        A March against Fear I95

   Epilogue: Highway  Revisited 20I

Appendix I The Walks and the Walkers 209
       Appendix 2 Timeline 211
              Notes 223
           Bibliography 235
              Index 243





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Civil rights movements Southern States History 20th century, African Americans Civil rights Southern States History 20th century, Southern States Race relations Case studies, Alabama Race relations Case studies, Mississippi Race relations Case studies, Civil rights workers Crimes against Southern States Case studies, Civil rights workers Southern States Interviews, Whites Southern States Interviews