"No book better captures how in 1968 sports changed America -- and vice versa. In splendid fashion, Tim Wendel takes us on a rollicking journey through an unparalleled year of tumult, tragedy and, too, joy. Summer of '68 reads like a novel brimming Read More
-- Ken Burns
The night Dr. Martin Luther King was assassinated in Memphis, it fell to Robert Kennedy, then running for the Democratic Party nomination for president, to tell a crowd in Indianapolis the bad news. Speaking from the heart, from little notes, he told the crowd that his family had suffered from such a tragedy. Of Read More
Tentative pub date is March 13, 2012, from Da Capo Press.
In recent weeks we've moved from final edits to securing the last of the photos.
Summer of '68 will have a larger photo signature than Read More