Published August 14, 2007
by Vintage .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||464|
There Goes My Everything takes a look at the Civil Rights Era from a differentperspective. There Goes My Everything is an astute scrutiny of a grave era and unparalleled description of the stance of white southerners' concerning events that surrounded them during the turbulent years of Author: Anne Boling. There is always room for a good book, especially one written by a historian with energy and empathy — and a really good ear. Unfortunately, . There Goes My Everything NPR coverage of There Goes My Everything: White Southerners in the Age of Civil Rights, by Jason Sokol. News, author interviews, critics' picks and : Jason Sokol. There Goes My Everything: White Southerners in the Age of Civil Rights Jason Sokol, Author. Knopf $ (p) ISBN More .
The first half of the CD is from the "There Goes My Everything" album. The tile song is a very nice light country approach to the well known standard. Also of note, "Band Of Gold", a nice Ernie Freeman-ish update (perhaps he was the arranger, but the album notes on the first half of the CD do not indicate arranger(s)) to a Don Cherry hit from /4(10). About There Goes My Everything. During the civil rights movement, epic battles for justice were fought in the streets, at lunch counters, and in the classrooms of the American South. Just as many battles were waged, however, in the hearts and minds of ordinary white southerners whose world became unrecognizable to them. Jason Sokol talked about his book [There Goes My Everything: White Southerners in the Age of Civil Rights, ], published by Knopf. He described the experiences of . 50+ videos Play all Mix - Charlie Pride - There Goes My Everything YouTube Charlie Pride Greatest hits - Best of Charlie Pride - .
There Goes My Everything traces the origins of the civil rights struggle from World War II, when some black and white American soldiers lived and fought side by side overseas (leading them to question Jim Crow at home), to the beginnings of change in the s and the flared tensions of the s, into the s, when strongholds of white rule. There Goes My Everything White Southerners in the Age of Civil Rights, (Book): Sokol, Jason: While the landmarks of the civil rights movement have become indelible parts of our collective memory, few have written about what life was like for white southerners who lived through that historic time. Now, in his brilliant debut book, historian Jason Sokol explores the . THERE GOES MY EVERYTHING. White Southerners in the Age of Civil Rights, AMAZON BARNES & NOBLE GET WEEKLY BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS: Email Address Subscribe Tweet. KIRKUS REVIEW. A well-conceived study of the changes in thought and being that swept the white South as its privileged position came under challenge in the Civil Rights Author: Jason Sokol. During the civil rights movement, epic battles for justice were fought in the streets, at lunch counters, and in the classrooms of the American South. Just as many battles were waged, however, in the hearts and minds of ordinary white southerners.