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The South since 1865 / John Samuel Ezell.

By: Ezell, John Samuel.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Macmillan, [1975]Edition: 2d ed.Description: x, 511 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0023347503; 9780023347504.Report number: 74015132Subject(s): Southern States -- History -- 1865-1951 | Southern States -- Civilization | Southern States History 1865-DDC classification: 975/.04 | 917.5/03/4 LOC classification: F215 | .E94 1975
Contents:
The southern heritage -- The defeated south -- The southern dilemma -- Radicalism vs. conservatism -- The radical triumph -- The conservative triumph -- Souther agriculture, 1865-1930 -- Souther industrialization before 1930 -- The revolt of the farmers -- The southern blacks, 1877-1930 -- Labor in the south -- Southern society before 1930 -- Rise of education for the masses -- Higher education -- The southern literary renaissance -- Other aspects of southern culture -- The south at play -- Religion in the south -- The backward south -- The progressive south -- Twentieth-century politics -- Southern economic development since 1930 -- The southern people since 1930.
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F215 .E94 1975 (Browse shelf) Available 0000100513738

Bibliography: p. 479-492.

Includes index.

The southern heritage -- The defeated south -- The southern dilemma -- Radicalism vs. conservatism -- The radical triumph -- The conservative triumph -- Souther agriculture, 1865-1930 -- Souther industrialization before 1930 -- The revolt of the farmers -- The southern blacks, 1877-1930 -- Labor in the south -- Southern society before 1930 -- Rise of education for the masses -- Higher education -- The southern literary renaissance -- Other aspects of southern culture -- The south at play -- Religion in the south -- The backward south -- The progressive south -- Twentieth-century politics -- Southern economic development since 1930 -- The southern people since 1930.

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