- Title Pages
- 1 What Happens When Negroes Don’t March?
- 2 “We Are Americans, Too”
- 3 Wartime St. Louis and the Genesis of MOWM in the Gateway City, 1942
- 4 Pickets, Protests, and Prayers
- 5 “These Women Really Did the Work”
- 6 “An Economic D-Day for Negro Americans”
- Appendix A MOWM Chapters and Local Chairpersons
- Appendix B Approximate Racial Composition of Major St. Louis Defense Contractors during World War II
- Appendix C March on Washington Movement Documents
- Production Credits
- Winning the War for Democracy
- University of Illinois Press
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