Oscie Mason, a proud daughter of the Old South, is infuriated by her stepfather's opinions about slavery, the Confederacy, and Oscie's childhood world, and when he moves the family, Oscie learns about battles fought inside the home. Reprint. K. AB.
“Waiting. Not to fight this time. But to move toward each other and come together finally, as one people. All kinds of people, but together as one country again. One country, with room for all kinds of people.”
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