Twelve Days of Hell: A Study of Violence, Historical Memory, and Media Coverage of the York, Pennsylvania Race Riots, 1968-2003; A Dissertation Submitted to the Temple University Graduate Board. Stephanie L. Morrow.
Twelve Days of Hell: A Study of Violence, Historical Memory, and Media Coverage of the York, Pennsylvania Race Riots, 1968-2003; A Dissertation Submitted to the Temple University Graduate Board

Twelve Days of Hell: A Study of Violence, Historical Memory, and Media Coverage of the York, Pennsylvania Race Riots, 1968-2003; A Dissertation Submitted to the Temple University Graduate Board

Ann Arbor, MI: ProQuest, 2016. Hardcover. xiv, 398 p.: illustrations; 22 cm. Black cloth with gilt spine title. Morrow examines the media coverage at the time of 12 days of rioting in York, Pennsylvania, in 1969 and at the 30-year anniversary. The renewed and changed coverage in 1999 led to the successful re-opening of the investigations into the murder of a black woman and a white police officer in 1969. In Fine Condition: clean and tight. Fine. Item #008154

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