The study of interracial civil rights activism has been covered increasingly by scholars in the recent past in addition to examining the emergence of activist. In making good neighbors abigail perkiss tells the remarkable story of west mount airy drawing on archival research and her oral history interviews with residents to trace their efforts which began in the years following world war ii and continued through the turn of the twenty first century. Making good neighbors civil rights liberalism and integration in postwar philadelphia abigail perkiss cornell university press mar 20 2014 history 248 pages. In making good neighbors civil rights liberalism and integration in postwar philadelphia cornell university press hardcover 35 ebook 399 abigail perkiss tells the remarkable . Making good neighbors is a truly pioneering work although her study focuses on a relatively small community perkiss frames her research within the context of regional and national developments by her selection and examination of west mount airy she broadens our understanding of the civil rights struggle
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