Table of Contents for King Years : Historic Moments in the Civil Rights Movement


Preface 1(4)
Chapter 1 The Montgomery Bus Boycott: Martin Luther King's First Public Address, 1955
5(8)
Chapter 2 Sit-ins and the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), 1960
13(10)
Chapter 3 Freedom Rides I: The Nashville Initiative, 1961
23(10)
Chapter 4 Freedom Rides II: MLK, the Kennedys, and National Politics, 1961
33(8)
Chapter 5 Bob Moses, SNCC, and Mississippi, 1960-63
41(6)
Chapter 6 A National Firestorm from Birmingham, 1963
47(12)
Chapter 7 The March on Washington, 1963
59(10)
Chapter 8 Birmingham Church Bombing, 1963
69(10)
Chapter 9 Freedom Summer, 1964
79(10)
Chapter 10 Party Realignment: The Cow Palace and Atlantic City, 1964
89(14)
Chapter 11 King, J. Edgar Hoover, and the Nobel Peace Prize, 1964
103(10)
Chapter 12 Crossroads in Selma, 1965
113(10)
Chapter 13 Crossroads in Vietnam: LBJ and MLK, 1965
123(8)
Chapter 14 Nonviolence Goes North: King in Chicago, 1966
131(10)
Chapter 15 Black Power, 1966
141(10)
Chapter 16 Race and War: King at the Riverside Church, 1967
151(10)
Chapter 17 Poverty: The Last Crusade, 1967-68
161(12)
Chapter 18 Requiem in Memphis, 1968
173(12)
Epilogue Looking Back, and Ahead 185(6)
Acknowledgments 191(2)
Index 193