"This volume is an invaluable guide to the tangled history of Reconstruction, the development of the first civil rights movement in America, and the often inspiring story of a group of politicians who helped usher in a new era of race relations in politics, law, and society." – Joan Waugh, University of California, Los Angeles"This is a first-rate and very readable documentary overview of Radical Reconstruction that does not lose its undergraduate readers in a sea of details."– Alan Downs, Georgia Southern University"This book will help students (and teachers) think better about this important and often confusing period." – Kate Masur, Northwestern University
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