The Associated Press has moved a review of "The Class of '65" that conveys the themes of the book with the clarity and concision the wire service is known for. The piece, by Don Schanche Jr. of the AP's South Bureau, has already been picked up by ABC News, The Washington Post, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Newsday and others. According to Schanche, the author "expertly tells the story" of Greg Wittkamper (seen here), a white student punished for supporting desegregation, and of a Georgia community in turmoil, the larger civil rights struggle and an unexpected reconciliation decades later. "The reconciliation that follows in Auchmutey's compelling narrative is at times tentative and halting, but also filled with emotional power," Schanche writes. "And it appears to be still in progress. At the time of the reunion, it included only Wittkamper and his white classmates. The closing section of Auchmutey's book suggests another chapter yet to be written, as blacks and whites together make peace with the past."