Lending a Hand: How Small Black Businesses Supported the Civil Rights Movement
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KeywordsAmerican Political Economy; Black Capitalism; Civil Rights Movement; Small Businesses; African American Businesses; Civic Participation; Martin Luther King; Jr.; Andrew Brimmer;
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