On August 28, 1963, over a quarter-million people - two-thirds black and one-third white - held the greatest civil rights demonstration ever. In this major reinterpretation of the Great Day - the peak of the movement - Charles Euchner brings back the tension and promise of the march. Building on countless interviews, archives, FBI files, and private recordings, this hour-by-hour account offers intimate glimpses into the lives of those key players and ordinary people who converged on the National Mall to fight for civil rights in the March on Washington.
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Fascinating and Inspiring Story
Too many errors
The book's subject and title interested me, however, it disappointed me with errors. I gave up listening when I heard that MLK became a priest...
No. It is too shallow and has too many historical mistakes
- Susan K. Cox-Johnson