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Title
The South; a central theme? South; a central theme?
Type
Text
Contribution
Billington, Monroe Lee, comp.
Language
English
Classification
LCC: F209 .B47 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 309.175 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 69019908
Supplementary Content
bibliographies
Table Of Contents
Unchanging white supremacy, by F. B. Simkins.
Mythology and symbolism of race, by G. B. Tindall.
The challenge of desegregation, by T. D. Clark.
The peculiar institutions, by H. S. Ashmore.
Development of a Virginia aristocracy, by L. B. Wright.
The country gentleman ideal, by C. Eaton.
The cult of chivalry, by R. G. Osterweis.
The South's democratic pose, by F. B. Simkins.
The militant South, by J. H. Franklin.
The southerner as extremist, by F. E. Vandiver.
Preoccupation with agriculture, by C. W. Ramsdell.
I'll take my stand; the ideal of an agrarian society [selections by] F. L. Owsley and J. C. Ransom.
A persistent folk culture, by D. M. Potter.
The heritage of history, by C. V. Woodward.
A conservative political philosophy, by J. J. Kilpatrick.
Suggested readings (p. 119-122)
Authorized Access Point
Billington, Monroe Lee, South; a central theme?