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The author, Woodrow Wallace, challenges one to answer the questions put forth in Memphis 1968: The Forgotten Lessons. The ability of the author to breathe life again into the existence of perhaps the most comprehensive visualization of racism ever witnessed in the twentieth century seemingly always to appear as unbelievable. The author has captured one of the most unique approaches to conveying a live experience of racism hurled at African Americans and caused the death of the Dreamer. This book will unveil a simple look at the constant mandate of those that will foster a devastating collapse of America due to self-serving tactics of racism. Notwithstanding other powder kegs in America today (2018), Memphis will always hold the death of a King! The author solicits an honest accounting of oneself as to what part of history you are helping to write for Americas future. Leave the future to the control of racists and hate becomes the norm (Woodrow Wallace, 2018).