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Going down Jericho Road : the Memphis strike, Martin Luther King's last campaign
Michael K. Honey
Adult Nonfiction HD5325.S2572 1968 M465 2007

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ContentsPage
A Personal Prefacep. xiii
Introduction: Two Lives Lostp. 1
I - Labor and Civil Rights
1 - A Plantation in the Cityp. 7
2 - Dr. King, labor, and the Civil Rights Movementp. 23
3 - Struggles of the Working Poorp. 50
4 - Standing at the Crossroadsp. 76
5 - On Strike for Respectp. 98
6 - Hambone's Meditations: The Failure of Communityp. 128
7 - Testing the Social Gospelp. 151
II - Fighting for the Working Poor
8 - Minister to the Valley: The Poor People's Campaignp. 173
9 - Baptism by Firep. 191
10 - Ministers and Manhoodp. 211
11 - Convergencep. 240
12 - Escalation: The Youth Movementp. 260
13 - "All Labor has Dignity"p. 287
14 - "Something Dreadful"p. 309
III - Jericho Road is a Dangerous Road
15 - Chaos in the Bluff Cityp. 335
16 - "The Movement Lives or Dies in Memphis"p. 362
17 - State of Siegep. 382
18 - Shattered Dreams and Promised Landsp. 400
19 - "A Crucifixion Event"p. 427
20 - Reckoningsp. 451
21 - "We Have Got the Victory"p. 483
Epilogue: How We Remember Kingp. 497
Acknowledgmentsp. 507
A Note on Sourcesp. 511
Notesp. 514
Bibliographyp. 571
Indexp. 587


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