Spies of Mississippi the true story of the spy network that tried to destroy the civil rights movement

Title Spies of Mississippi the true story of the spy network that tried to destroy the civil rights movement
Names Bowers, Rick.
Book Number DB073180
Title Status Active
Medium Digital Book
Annotation Investigative journalist examines Mississippi's Sovereignty Commission, founded in 1956 to help the state maintain racial segregation. Traces its transformation from a public-relations tool into a spy network that reported on civil rights activists. Reveals the group's clandestine operations and its legacy of bigotry. For grades 6-9. 2010.
Narrator Downer, Patrick.
Local Subject Young Adult Book - YA
Short Book - SH
Young Adult Non-Fiction - YN
Politics and Government - POL
Juvenile Book - JU
Current Events / Contemporary Issues - CON
Juvenile Non-Fiction - JN
History, United States - HUS
History - HST
Audience Notes Male narrator.
For grades 6-9.
LC Subject African Americans - Civil rights - Mississippi - History - 20th century - Juvenile literature
African Americans - Segregation - Mississippi - History - 20th century - Juvenile literature
Civil rights movements - Mississippi - History - 20th century - Juvenile literature
States' rights (American politics) - History - 20th century - Juvenile literature
Mississippi - Politics and government - 1951 - Juvenile literature
Mississippi - Race relations - Juvenile literature
Call Number j323.11960730762 JNF
Language English
Released 2010
Publication Info Washington, D.C. : National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress, 2010 (Potomac Talking Book Services, recording studio)
Original Publication Recorded from: Washington, D.C. : National Geographic, c2010. 9781426305955
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