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The Temple Bombing

The Temple Bombing

At 3:37 in the morning of Sunday, October 12, 1958, a bundle of dynamite blew out the side wall of the Temple, Atlanta’s oldest and richest synagogue. The devastation to the building was vast-but even greater were the changes those 50 sticks of dynamite made to Atlanta, the South, and ultimately, all of the United States (Detroit Free Press). Finalist for the National Book Award, The Temple Bombing is the brilliant and moving examination of one town that came together in the face of hatred, a book that rescues a slice of the civil rights era whose lessons still resonate nearly fifty years after that fateful fall day.
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Genre: Mind, Body, Spirit / Religion

On Sale: August 29th 2006

Price: $21 / $24.5 (CAD)

Page Count: 514

ISBN-13: 9780306815188

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