By G. Michel
Fight for a greater South dispels the thought that each one whites within the South stood united opposed to social switch within the Sixties. Gregg Michel's compelling learn of the Southern pupil Organizing Committee (SSOC), the best innovative association created via younger white activists within the South in the course of that tumultuous decade, fills an important hole within the literature approximately New Left activism. Michel exhibits that the SSOC used to be the single activist staff of the period that labored to domesticate white aid for the social circulate. The SSOC's contributors gave themselves the fragile job of reconciling their love for the South and its history--warts and all--with their modern day dedication to equality and justice for everyone.