Pillar of Fire
The second volume of America in the King Years. The book begins with the events preceding the "Birmingham spring," which took place in April and May of 1963 when young marchers "released collateral forces that drew them together. Seekers of the black vote in rural Mississippi, who literally could not move in 1963, rose to dominate the pivotal year of 1964." the volume ends with King's vow "to bring a voting bill into being" in Selma, Alabama.