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Civil Rights - Washington Post Historical Edition is a compilation of newspaper front pages and articles from 1954-1968 covering all aspects of the struggle for civil rights in the United States. With 180 pages of content, this special historic edition features dramatic headlines and in-depth coverage of this turbulent era.
The coverage is wide in scope. Starting with the banning of segregation in schools and on buses, the coverage continue with a focus on the peaceful marches and protests as well as the riots that occurred. Also covered are the assassinations of Malcolm X as well as that of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., an event which shook the soul of a nation. This unique newspaper book provides a fascinating perspective into how these historic events were viewed at the time.
This edition is beautifully bound in an attractive emerald green leatherette cover which can be embossed with the recipient’s name. You can personalize the book with a message to the recipient included on the book’s title page. Finally, if desired, a handsome gift box can be added.
The Civil Rights - Washington Post Historical Edition measures 12.5" x 15" and makes a unique, personalized keepsake.
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