Strong Inside

Strong Inside

Perry Wallace and the Collision of Race and Sports in the South

by Andrew Maraniss



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Strong Inside Is The Dramatic, Untold Story Of Perry Wallace, A Brilliant Student And Talented Athlete Who Became The First African-american Basketball Player In The Sec At Vanderbilt University During The Tumultuous Late 1960s. The Fast-paced, Richly Detailed Biography Places Wallace's Struggles And Ultimate Success Into The Larger Contexts Of Civil Rights And Race Relations In The South--provided By Publisher-- Forgiveness -- Short 26th -- Woomp Show -- They Had The Wrong Guy -- Harvard Of The South -- These Boys Never Faltered -- Somewhere Like Xanadu -- Reverse Migration -- Growing Pains -- Icicles In Raincoats -- Articulate Messengers -- A Hit Or Miss Thing -- Inferno -- Subversion's Circuit Rider -- Trouble In Paradise -- Season Of Loss -- Ghosts -- Memorial Magic -- Deepest Sense Of Dread -- A Long, Hellish Trauma -- Destiny Of Dissent -- Revolt -- The Cruel Deception -- Black Fists -- Nevermore -- Bachelor Of Ugliness -- Ticket Out Of Town -- Time And Space -- Embrace -- Rising. Andrew Maraniss. Includes Bibliographical References And Index.

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