In the late summer of 1949, a racist mob protesting a concert by African-American singer Paul Robeson assaulted working class blacks and whites with rocks and bottles in upstate New York. Fast's compelling and detailed you-are-there account of the violence records a landmark in the civil rights movement. 10 illustrations.
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OpenRoad Integrated Media LLC
December 27, 2011
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