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The new movement: the student sit-ins in 1960 / Iwan Morgan -- Another side of the sit-ins: nonviolent direct action, the courts, and the constitution / John Kirk -- "complicated hospitality": the impact of the sit-ins on the ideology of Southern segregationists / George Lewis -- Breaching the wall of resistance: white southern reactions to the sits-ins / Clive Webb -- SNCCs: not one committee, but several / Peter Ling -- SNCC's stories at the barricades / Sharon Monteith -- From beloved community to imagined community: SNCC's intellectual transformation / Joe Street -- The sit-ins, SNCC, and cold war patriotism / Simon Hall -- From Greensboro to Notting Hill: the sit-ins in England / Stephen Tuck -- Epilogue: still running for freedom: Barack Obama and the legacy of the civil rights movement / Steven F. lawson.