Narrator Adam Barr uses a persuasive style to emphasize the core message of this audiobook, which is that calls for civility actually fuel racism, rather than combat it. Barr's delivery is polished and consistent throughout the 200 years of history covered in these chapters. His measured pace allows listeners to ponder the wide range of ideas being presented on a variety of civil disobedience movements. His evenhandedness lends a sense of objectivity, which encourages further consideration of the author's complex argument. Barr is an excellent choice for a title that is likely to cause debate--even controversy. Listeners who are interested in current events in the U.S. may find this work eye-opening. M.R. © AudioFile 2021, Portland, Maine [Published: APRIL 2021]
Digital Download Beacon Press 2021
DD ISBN $28.00
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