The soiling of old glory the story of a photograph that shocked america louis p masur on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers boston april 5 1976 as the city simmered with racial tension over forced school busing newsman stanley forman photographed a white protester outside city hall assaulting an african american attorney with the american flag. The soiling of old glory is a pulitzer prize winning photograph taken by stanley forman during the boston busing crisis in 1976 it depicts a white teenager joseph rakes assaulting a black man lawyer and civil rights activist ted landsmark with a flagpole bearing the american flag also known as old glory. The soiling of old glory the story of a photograph that shocked america hardcover not all titles listed on our website are available in store you can call to confirm that a book youre looking for is available at our store by calling 773 769 9299. It shocked boston and america racial strife had not only not ended with the 1960s it was alive and well in the cradle of liberty the soiling of old glory like the photograph it is named for offers a dramatic window onto the turbulence of the 1970s and race relations in america the soiling of old glory the story of a photograph . The story about the photograph a pulitzer prize winning photograph entitled the soiling of old glory is compelling and evident that racism and the interpretation of the civil rights movement in the north played out in as violent methods than it did in the more familiar jim crow south
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