"By adding Earl Warren and LBJ to his roster, he serves up a reminder that African-Americans weren't the only impassioned champions of equal rights. (introduction, source notes) (Collective biography. 7-10)"
In this companion to Heroes of the Revolution (2003) and Enemies of Slavery (2004), both illustrated by Donald A. Smith, Adler introduces eight men, two women and three clusters of individuals (the "Little Rock Nine," for instance) who stood up for nonviolent protest during the Civil Rights movement.
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