Fascinating. . . . The kind of book you can open anywhere, maybe thumb back or forth a few pages, and settle into a good story.
Equal parts stunning, eye-opening, overwhelming, and, ultimately, very necessary to read and comprehend. Essential.
We owe much to the pioneering work of this generation of civil rights lawyers who translated their moral and political beliefs into representation of those most in need of legal services. . . . Kent Spriggs has given voice to those who helped secure some semblance of equal justice in that critical historical period.
--Civil Rights Litigation Handbook
Takes readers back to a time when Southern lawyers played one of the most important roles in the Civil Rights Movement.