Tag Archives: Ku Klux Klan

Chapter ?, Wrestling With Race, Part 4

Stranger in a strange land, to quote Heinlein* Responding to some tiny disciplinary problems that arose at my junior high school in Miami when I was 13 and worried lest I follow my sister’s lead and marry a no-good Yankee Catholic Marine from the Opa-Locka airbase, my parents decided to partially return to their roots […]

Chapter 2, Memories of the Future

In the fall of 1960, Norman Park, Georgia, was an island of tiny southern town in the middle of the great black swamp that sweltered between Moultrie and Tifton. This island was arranged around Norman College, a two-year college run by the Georgia Baptist Convention. Majestic pecan trees lined the campus side of the two-lane […]