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James W. Silver • 12 Items / 7 Books, 5 Reviews
Mississippi: The Closed Society (1964)
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Published Reviews
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    Americas (Review)
    Mississippi: The Closed Society, by James W. Silver
    1. Mississippi: The Closed Society by James W. Silver
    The American Historical Review, July 1965, p. 1142
  2. Books and the Arts
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    Lonely White Man (Review)
    Mississippi: The Closed Society, by James W. Silver
    1. Mississippi: The Closed Society by James W. Silver
    The New Republic, July 4, 1964, pp. 19-20
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    Books: Immovable Object (Review)
    Mississippi: The Closed Society, by James W. Silver
    1. Mississippi: The Closed Society by James W. Silver
    The New Yorker, August 15, 1964, pp. 107-114
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    Two Southern Liberals (2 Reviews)
    Mississippi: The Closed Society, by James W. Silver
    1. Mississippi: The Closed Society by James W. Silver
    2. A Time to Speak by Charles Morgan, Jr.
    Commentary, December 1964, pp. 73-77
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    Old Times There Are Not Forgiven (2 Reviews)
    Mississippi: The Closed Society, by James W. Silver
    1. Mississippi: The Closed Society by James W. Silver
    2. A Time to Speak by Charles Morgan, Jr.
    The Nation, June 29, 1964, p. 659
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    Atlantic Bookshelf (4 Reviews)
    The Peripatetic Reviewer
    1. The Stupidity Problem, and Other Harassments by John Fischer
    2. Mississippi: The Closed Society by James W. Silver
    3. A Coffin for King Charles by C.V. Wedgwood
    4. Germans Against Hitler by Terence Prittie
    The Atlantic Monthly, November 1964, pp. 188-191
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    Toward Equality (5 Reviews)
    Black, White and Gray, by Bradford Daniel
    1. Black, White and Gray by Bradford Daniel
    2. Why We Can't Wait by Martin Luther King, Jr.
    3. My People Is the Enemy by William Stringfellow
    4. Mississippi: The Closed Society by James W. Silver
    5. Crisis in Black and White by Charles E. Silberman
    Commonweal, July 24, 1964, p. 518
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    Documents of the Struggle for Public Decency (7 Reviews)
    My People Is the Enemy, by William Stringfellow
    1. My People Is the Enemy by William Stringfellow
    2. A Time to Speak by Charles Morgan, Jr.
    3. Why We Can't Wait by Martin Luther King, Jr.
    4. Mississippi: The Closed Society by James W. Silver
    5. Black Man's America by Simeon Booker
    6. Black, White and Gray by Bradford Daniel
    7. Freedom Now! by Alan F. Westin
    The Saturday Review, July 25, 1964, p. 13