But for Birmingham: The Local and National Movements in the Civil Rights Struggle

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INDEX
Aaron, Judge Edward, 115
Abernathy, Ralph David, 20, 39-40, 375 (n. 31); arrests and jail time of, 48, 241-43, 251-52, 289, 383 (nn. 67, 75), 384 (n. 78); and beginning of Birmingham campaign, 209, 221, 224; on Birmingham campaign, 213; and Central Committee, 233; criticisms of, 381 (n. 44), 383 (n. 75); and injunctions, 239; and Montgomery bus boycott, 20, 21; and moratorium on demonstrations, 286; and negotiations, 388 (n. 53); and potential collapse of Birmingham campaign, 255; on press, 252; and schoolchildren's march, 257; on SCLC finances, 315; on traditional Negro leadership class opposition, 230-31
ACMHR. See Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights
Adams, Florence, 175
Adams, Oscar W., Jr., 385 (n. 3)
Airport, desegregation of, 34, 167-68, 198
Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights (ACMHR), 4, 6, 15, 378 (n. 12); contrast to traditional Negro leadership class, 121; formation of, 125-27; litigation by, 359 (n. 16); membership of, 127-28; and park desegregation, 147; objectives of, 128-29, 222, 225-26; opposition to, 127; religious nature of, 137; tactical contradictions in, 255; white response to campaign of, 250-51
Alabama Council on Human Relations, 113, 145, 176, 187, 195, 196, 369 (n. 44)
Alabama National Guard, 164, 310
Alabama State Coordinating Association for Registration and Voting. 77-78, 207, 260, 375 (n. 32), 395 (n. 47)
Albany Movement, 15, 19, 43-49, 211, 346 (nn. 53, 55); lessons learned from, 208, 210, 215; press on, 46-47, 51-52; and Walker, 45, 49, 51, 208, 346 (n. 57), 375 (n. 36)
Alexander, George B., 79
Alexander, Henry C., 177
Alexander, Will W., 176
Alford, R. L., 125, 126
Allen, Alice P., 54, 56
Allen, Ben, 390 (n. 2)
Allen, Ivan, Jr., 4
Allen, Leroy, 226
Allgood, Clarence W., 253, 308
Amaker, Norman C., 249, 252
American Cast Iron Pipe Company (ACIPCO), 8, 145, 176, 190, 330, 352 (n. 49)
American Federation of Labor (AFL), 86, 108
American National Bank, 395 (n. 47)
American States' Rights Association (ASRA), 107-8
American States' Rights Party, 157
Ammons, Ada, 297, 355 (n. 19)
Ammons, Bessie Baxter, 94-95
Anderson, William, 43, 46
Andrews, Milton, 307
Anti-Injustice Committee, 195, 198, 373 (n. 18)
Arant, Douglas, 177, 180, 269; and park desegregation, 369 (n. 50)
Armstrong, James, 217, 396 (n. 49)
Arrington, Richard, 77; and Civil Rights lnsti

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Table of contents

  • Title Page ii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Acknowledgement xi
  • Introduction Stalemate 3
  • Chapter One - The National Movement 19
  • Chapter Two - Bombingham 53
  • Chapter Three - Bull's Birmingham 85
  • Chapter Four - The Local Movement 121
  • Chapter Five - Businessmen's Reform 153
  • Chapter Six - Momentum 193
  • Chapter Seven - Another Albany? 217
  • Chapter Eight - The Children's Crusade 259
  • Chapter Nine - But for Birmingham 299
  • Epilogue - Ambiguous Resolution 333
  • Notes 341
  • Bibliography 399
  • Index 419
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