Cotton Patch Rebel

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In this book, Ann Trousdale tells the story of Clarence Jordan, co-founder of Koinonia Farm, from his early childhood through his final years. Trousdale covers his time in ROTC and then Southern Baptist Seminary, the founding of Koinonia community, the violence of the 50s, the economic boycott that brought the farm to its knees and forced several members to leave, and into Clarence's final years when Koinonia began the Fund for Humanity ministry that later begot Habitat for Humanity. Illustrations provided by former Koinonia intern Tracy Newton. 99 pages. Paperback.

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