A Life Examined
The Political Education of a (White) Civil Rights Activist

In a new biography, David Lowe shows how Morris Abram, a leading light of the early civil rights movement, fell out of favor—and what his complex legacy might teach us today.

Appeared in: Volume 15, Number 5 | Published on: March 18, 2020
Sean Keeley is Associate Editor of The American Interest.
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