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Angry and Sarcastic Robert Wood Darby
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781794812635
Bob was troubled by memories at age 9 in Toombs County, GA. when he saw torch lights iluminating the Ku Klux Klan marchers in white sheets. While the Civil war of 1686-1965 freed the slaves, discrimination was still active in 1954. By the time Author Bob Darby graduated from college and was elgigle for the draft, he soon learned the Vietnam war was a country fighting to form a stable government of all their people. The unnecessary loss of U.S. lives seemed irrelevant as long as a profit was made through ships and war equipment being sold to both sides. There were also confirmend rumors of illegal drugs being shipped in and out of war zones in US planes. Follow The Pentagon's School of ...
Betrayal and Conviction Robert Wood Darby
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ISBN: 9780359757350
“Betrayal and Conviction” is the autobiographical work of Bob Darby, a lifelong human rights activist. Darby came of age as a privileged Caucasian in the segregated South during the civil rights struggles and the Vietnam War. Darby’s stance against racism and the war created a rift between himself and some of his relatives and friends in his Georgia home town. When Darby graduated from Emory University and enrolled at Harvard and Tufts, he found many who shared his admiration for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as well as his dedication to the anti-war movement. Few of Darby’s friends realized that the anti-racism, anti-war activist was also fighting a personal war. The sensitive ...
Damaged Goods Robert Wood Darby
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ISBN: 9780359869831
1) Bloody Toombs: In 1980 after release from the Boston Looney Bin, I returned to Vidalia in Tooms County to stay with my parents. The pills I was prescribed had turned me into a zombie. 2) Stopover in Macon: I went to Atlanta by Greyhound bus and recognized a man I had known at Emory. His clothes were wrinkled,his breathing shallow and rapid, and his lips were chapped. I knew immediately he was taking psychiatric medication. Our conversation confirmed the similarities of our illnesses. 3) Malediction: In the spring of 1985 nearing my 40th birthday, I drove back to Vidalia. I was proud to be self-supporting. Daddy didn't seem to recognize me. Both my parents were sick. It was important ...
Dropping Out Robert Wood Darby
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ISBN: 9780359886692
“Dropping Out” is the autobiographical work by and about Bob Darby, a lifelong human rights activist. Darby came of age as a privileged Caucasian in the segregated South during the civil rights era. America was immersed in a war at home as well as the Vietnam War. When Darby graduated from Emory University and enrolled at Ivy League schools in the East – Harvard and Tufts, he found many comrades who shared his admiration for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the Freedom Riders as well as his dedication to the anti-war movement. Darby embraced the freedom of the last 1960’s.
First Person Crazy Robert Wood Darby
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ISBN: 9780359784066
“First Person Crazy” is the autobiography by Robert Wood Darby, a lifelong human rights activist. Darby came of age as a privileged Caucasian in the segregated South during the civil rights era. America was also immersed in the Vietnam War. When Darby graduated from Emory University and enrolled at Harvard and Tufts, he found many who shared his dedication to the anti-war movement. Few of Darby’s friends realized that he was also fighting a very personal war. The sensitive and gifted young man’s manic depression sometimes led to wild exuberance and other times to suicidal thoughts to end his own life. Despite Darby’s challenges, he became man with empathy for downtrodden people. ...
To See a World in a Grain of Sand Robert Wood Darby
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Spiral Bound
Bob Darby offers memorable images of his views on life through colorful collages and favorite photos. He has also included some of his published newspaper articles, commentary and opinions from the Vietnam War. Photos also portray scenes of serving the hungry through "Food Not Bombs" in Atlanta, Georgia.