Review of ‘The Past That Would Not Die’

12 Mar

For those seeking real truths not “alternative truths.”

Charles Ray's Ramblings

In 1962, when Air Force veteran James Meredith entered the University of Mississippi at Oxford, over the strenuous objections of the state’s white power structure, led by Governor Ross Barnett, who stood against the weight of the United States government, it led to several days of rioting and bloodshed. This was not, however, an isolated incident in the turbulent Civil Rights era of the 1960s, but a continuation of a struggle that had plagued the nation’s poorest state since the Civil War and before, as whites in Mississippi fought to retain their ‘privileged’ status vis a vis black citizens of the state; a struggle that infected much of the rest of the country while it came to terms with how to deal with its minority populations.

The Past That Would Not Die by Walter Lord was written originally in 1965, and has been reissued in e-Book format. The result of…

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2 Responses to “Review of ‘The Past That Would Not Die’”

  1. Charles Ray March 12, 2017 at 6:22 pm #

    Thanks for the reblog.

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