Jackson's Friendship with Blacks Provides Powerful Lesson
Chumley, Cheryl K., Human Events
Jackson's Friendship With Blacks Provides Powerful Lesson Stonewall Jackson: The Black Man's Friend By Richard G. Williams, Jr. Cumberland House Publishing, 2006 $20.95,224 pp.
To hear today's historians tell it, former President Bill Clinton was about the only Southern white to ever befriend blacks. This claim, it should be noted, is usually prefaced by references to such topics as welfare, affirmative action and cold-hearted Republicanism.
Decades earlier, during a time when godly principles and moral consciousness as normal parts of everyday society were actually honored and not disdained, another held that title-the same given by Richard G. Williams, Jr., to his …
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