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Keith Donohue


The Stolen Child
2006

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Keith Donohue's first novel, The Stolen Child, was a New York Times bestseller. For many years a ghostwriter, he now works at a federal governmental agency in Washington, D.C. He has published short stories and literary criticism, most recently an introduction to the collected works of Flann O'Brien. Donohue holds a Ph.D. in English from the Catholic University of America.

Find Keith Donohue on the web: www.keithdonohue.com

Because he decided to downplay civil rights to such an extent at the beginning of his presidency, he encouraged white segregationists...to believe they could uphold the system of Jim Crow and racial apartheid well into the 1960s. And this, in turn, encouraged black demonstrators to adopt much more aggressive tactics and to call for much more controversial solutions to the race problem.

- Nick Bryant
The Bystander


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