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Reviewed by Howard Swonigan
Reviewed by Howard Swonigan
Item IDEgyptian19620807sit-in2.tif
TitleReviewed by Howard Swonigan
AuthorDaily Egyptian
DescriptionThis book is a very valuable arid weighty contribution which depicts the Knoxville sit—in and its implications in social and political quarters.
Original Publication SourceDaily Egyptian
Date1962 August 7
Volume43
Issue93
Page(s)6
Digital File Format.TIF (Tagged Image Format)
Digital File PublisherSpecial Collections Research Center, Morris Library, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
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CollectionUniversity Archives: Daily Egyptian Diversity Articles Index
TranscriptReviewed by Howard Swonigan

This book is a very valuable arid weighty contribution which depicts the Knoxville sit—in and its implications in social and political quarters. As stated by Frank P. Graham: "In years to come, Diary of A Sit-In may be considered a basic document in the literature of non-violence." or religion. He would have the reader to know and realize anew that "what may be termed asemotionally rooted in the South can be intellectually soluble." These appear to be the emerging qualities of Dr. Proudfoot's book.
In the noble words of Lord Tennyson:
"But like a man in wrath, the heart stood up and
answered I have felt.''



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