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Radio Free Dixie

Robert F. Williams and the Roots of Black Power

Radio Free Dixie
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US$ 29.99
Captures the life and legacy of Robert F. Williams (1925-96), the militant and controversial black activist who challenged both white supremacists and the civil rights establishment in the 1950s and 1960s. "[A] radiant biography. . . . Tyson sharpens our historical focus, demonstrating just how crucial self-defense, guns, and nonviolence were to the successes of the black freedom struggle."--Village Voice Literary Supplement
The University of North Carolina Press; February 2001
413 pages; ISBN 9780807899014
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