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Wayne Rudolph Davidson delves deeper into his family history in this second book of his When Clans Collide trilogy. Exploring his own personal branch that stems from the genealogical trunk of the distinguished Davidson family tree, he writes from the perspective of an African-American male born in the post-World War II era caught in a firestorm of extraordinary social change, civil disturbance, and a burgeoning drug culture. His life runs in tandem with the migration of African-Americans from the rural South to urban centers in the North and historic events such as the assassinations of President John F. Kennedy, Malcolm X, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and Senator Robert F. Kennedy. He seamlessly blends his family genealogy and his own mistakes and triumphs with American history. From being an unemployed autoworker living and working in a dark tunnel to positions of responsibility and authority as a member of the U.S. Army in strategic places around the world, in this book, the author gets a chance rarely given to African-American men: to tell his story before his peers instead of before a magistrate.Up to that date, I had driven only one standard vehicle with a manual transmission, and that was my friend Chilia#39;s 1951 Lincoln. That monster of a ... Around midmorning, a bank customer pulled into the parking lot in a red Corvette. I got a giantanbsp;...

Author: Wayne Rudolph Davidson
Publisher:Abbott Press - 2015-09-16

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