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Highly Recommended! Mar 18, 2005
This book is more than simply a compelling biography of A. Philip Randolph. It clearly and concisely traces the evolution of the African-American Labor Movement and the fight against segregation in all aspects of American life, starting years before what most people think of as the "Civil Rights Movement." (In fact, Randolph was negotiating with Presidents when Martin Luther King Jr. was still a child.) His long, unrelenting struggle is well documented here in both words and images, making this a most valuable addition to any library. Highly recommended!