Author Spencer, Hawes, author
Title Summer of hate : Charlottesville, USA / Hawes Spencer
Imprint Charlottesville ; London : University of Virginia Press, [2019]
©2018
book jacket
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 人文社會聯圖  F234.C47 S67 2019    AVAILABLE    30610020609970
Edition [Paperback edition]
Descript 247 pages, 14 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, maps ; 22 cm
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Note "This book offers a comprehensive account of events surrounding the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, VA, on August 12, 2017"-- Provided by publisher
Originally published in hardcover: 2018
"Paperback published year: 2019"--Publisher's website
Charlottesville -- What happened on Fourth Street -- The university that felt invaded -- The seeds of resentment -- The move to remove statues -- The problems of throwing punches -- Michael Signer and a "capital of the resistance" -- Richard Spencer and forays into Charlottesville -- The KKK rally and Police Chief Al Thomas -- A president who wouldn't comfort -- The ACLU and the limits of free speech -- The long shadow of slavery -- The militias and their weapons -- The indelibility of images -- The failure to keep the peace -- Naming and shaming -- Aftermath and healing
Subject Unite the Right Rally (2017 : Charlottesville (Va.))
Demonstrations -- Virginia -- Charlottesville -- 21st century
Riots -- Virginia -- Charlottesville -- 21st century
African Americans -- Civil rights -- Virginia -- Charlottesville -- 21st century
Racism -- Virginia -- Charlottesville -- 21st century
Charlottesville (Va.) -- Race relations -- 21st century