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Dreaming of Heaven and Hell: Facts...Faith...or Fiction?

by Daniel L. Roumain

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The movers and shakers of Mississippi and other Confederate states had a rude awakening on that fateful morning of 1969. Something very strange had indeed happened--something absolutely incredible, beyond their wildest imaginings.Thousands of Southerners had been collectively touched by a single event, an occurrence that etched into their very souls, one person at a time. Months and years after that fateful day, the evildoers and the insensitive and indifferent citizens of Vicksburg, Hattiesburg and other communities decided to abide by federal laws, respect the dignity of people of colors, and accept all blacks as their brothers and sisters. Verily, verily, His ways are unfathomable.

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