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THE MONTGOMERY BUS PROTESTS 1955-1956 : 'STRATEGIC PLANNING OF THE HIGHEST ORDER'

Author: Wally G Vaughn
Publisher: Long Island City, NY : Seaburn Publishing, 2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Vaughn studies the life and influence of Jo Ann Robinson, a member of the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church, as a female mastermind who orchestrated the entire affair of the two bus boycotts. People in Montgomery had been laboring to address public transit issues for decades. It was Robinson who recruited Rosa Parks. She helped hire a young African American attorney to defend Parks, whom she urged to deliberately  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
History
Named Person: Jo Ann Gibson Robinson; Jo Ann Gibson Robinson
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Wally G Vaughn
ISBN: 1592323693 9781592323692 1592323707 9781592323708
OCLC Number: 869887688
Description: xxxi, 1031 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
The culminating years in Montgomery 1946-1955. Negroes' mental image of desired leader --
Martin Luther King, Jr. comes to Montgomery --
Negro leaders turn to strategic planning --
The immediate culminating period December 1-4, 1955 --
Robinson's indigenous movement vision a reality --
The second bus protest : December 6, 1955-December 20, 1956. The long unanticipated journey --
Oppressors' schemes to destroy movement : the second protest --
Unique contribution of King the philosopher to the second bus protest. Erroneous methodologies attributed to King --
King's three dimensional interdependent model --
King model embraced by local clergy and laity --
King's model assessed --
King's model and the accompanying pedagogy --
A contextual recapitulation. Reasons for success of the second bus protest --
Post bus protests data validate strategic planning --
Integrity of the strategic planning proposition --
Understanding accounts of Nixon and Robinson.
Responsibility: Wally G. Vaughn.

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Vaughn studies the life and influence of Jo Ann Robinson, a member of the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church, as a female mastermind who orchestrated the entire affair of the two bus boycotts. People in Montgomery had been laboring to address public transit issues for decades. It was Robinson who recruited Rosa Parks. She helped hire a young African American attorney to defend Parks, whom she urged to deliberately challenge the standards on Thursday, December 1. Vaughn writes that it was Robinson who held off a young well-meaning bail poster, E.D. Nixon, while the strategy played out over the weekend, including supervising Saturday's election of young pastor Martin Luther King, Jr., to a new leadership position. While King would rise to national prominence, the women at the heart of Montgomery's protest strove to make an indigenous movement into a reality.

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