Books by Patricia Sullivan

Released: Aug. 1, 2009

"An overdue tribute to the organization most responsible for dismantling American apartheid."
On the NAACP's 100th birthday, a civil-rights expert offers a celebratory history of perhaps the most successful advocacy group ever. Read full book review >
Released: April 22, 1996

"A dry and sometimes narrow work of history, meant for a specialist audience. (23 illustrations, not seen)"
Harvard historian Sullivan carefully details the impact of Roosevelt's later New Deal in the Old South, noting that any step forward often meant two steps back. Read full book review >