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Revisiting Myles Horton’s The Long Haul

Revisiting Myles Horton’s The Long Haul   The remarkable thing about Myles Horton is that he chose to be a person instead of a personality. As a rising young labor organizer and civil rights activist, Horton was surrounded by personalities – a cadre of forward looking, socially attuned recruits, some who, in time, became household names: Pete Seeger, Martin Luther

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