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Power Hungry
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By Suzanne Cope

"Suzanne Cope does a masterful job of telling the story of the modern civil rights movement through the lens of two of its unsung heroes—Aylene Quin and Cleo Silvers. These women understood both the practical and ideological power of a hot meal and a full belly, but most important they knew how to use traditional women's work to quietly build a revolution. Cope's absorbing prose keeps you turning the pages. For everyone with an interest in activism, women's history, or the history of civil rights, this is an essential and delicious read." —Gretchen Sullivan Sorin, director and distinguished professor of Cooperstown Graduate Program  

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