Includes bibliographical references (pages 58-61) and index.
Introduction: Equality and the right to vote -- An activist in the making -- The fight for rights -- Pinnacle of the civil rights movement -- Pointing the way to freedom -- Chronology -- Glossary.
"John Lewis was on the front lines of the civil rights movement, suffering a fractured skull in the voting rights march in Selma, Alabama. Courageous in the face of discrimination, he practiced nonviolence to break down the walls of segregation. This man of principle, now a representative from Georgia, has been called the conscience of the US Congress" -- Publisher.