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Southerner Read & Download ´ 4 ð ❮PDF / Epub❯ ☉ Southerner Author Charles Longstreet Weltner – Feedmarkformulate.co.uk From the publisherOn September 17 1963 forty eight hours after the Birmingham church bombing freshman Congressman Charles Longstreet Weltner placed the following remarks in the Congressional Record I From thHe reign of silence among Southerners who disavow violent and uncompromising change And with his affirmative vote ten months later on the Civil Rights Act of Congressman Weltner established himself as a major spokesman for that same group of Southerners a position that was affirmed by the people of Atlanta when they returned him to Congress in November Now Congressman Weltner has set forth at full length his views on the South and its problems in a book stamped with the unmistakable authenticity of a man writing from his heart about matters that concern him deeply He writes o.

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F his own personal struggle with the problem and describes the painful evolution of his own attitudes He writes of Southern history and the long series of opportunities lost and decisions deferred And he writes with compassion and concern of the South present and future and of the dream of a day when all Southerners might achieve their full potential Southerner will surely be uniue among books on this subject for it is the personal testament of one who loves the South but knows that change swift and certain is upon us and we must not remain forever bound to another lost cause.

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SouthernerFrom the publisherOn Septemberforty eight hours after the Birmingham church bombing freshman Congressman Charles Longstreet Weltner placed the following remarks in the Congressional Record I do not know what twisted and tortured minds fashioned this deed But I know why it happened It happened because those chosen to lead have failed to lead Those whose task itis to speak have stood mute And in so doing we have permitted the voice of the South to preach defiance and disorder We have stood by leaving the field to reckless and violent men With these words Charles Weltner ended t.