The Civil Rights Act of 1964 marked a pivotal change in American society, accelerating the trend of integration of racial groups in public as well as private life. But rarely do people in the mainstream question whether it was to any benefit to the ordinary citizen’s life, including that of black people. Today Sam Dickson, lawyer and member of the Who’s Who in American Law, joins us to discuss his life growing up in the South, the history of the Civil Rights Movement, and what he sees going forward as necessary ingredients for a nation truly free of all the racial strife that has plagued America’s history.
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Very special guest Sam Dickson
— References —
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– Race and Reason, Putnam (1961)
– Lament for a Nation, Grant (1965)
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– The Secret World of American Communism, Klehr (1996)
– Sanders and immigration? It’s complicated, Kim (2015) – https://www.politico.com/story/2015/06/bernie-sanders-and-immigration-its-complicated-119190
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– White Nationalist Manifesto, Johnson (2018)
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