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Green, Chris

Radicalism in the South since Reconstruction

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Table of contents

1. Radicalism in the South since Reconstruction: An Introduction
Chris Green, Rachel Rubin, James Smethurst

2. The Afro-American Council and Its Challenge of Louisiana’s Grandfather Clause
Shawn Leigh Alexander

3. “The First Anarchist That Ever Came to Atlanta”: Hiram F. Hover from New York to the New South
Bruce E. Baker

4. Mobilizing the Reserve Army: The Communist Party and the Unemployed in Atlanta, 1929–1934
James J. Lorence

5. Agnes “Sis” Cunningham and Labor Songs in the Depression South
Ronald D. Cohen

6. The Tight Rope of Democracy: Don West’s Clods of Southern Earth
Chris Green

7. Black Arts South: Rethinking New Orleans and the Black Arts Movement in the Wake of Hurricane Katrina
James Smethurst

8. The Great Anti-Injunction Strike of 1976: Context and Implications for Appalachia
Lynda Ann Ewen

9. Critik: The Institute of the Black World (IBW), the Political Legacy of Martin Luther King, and the Intellectual Struggle to Rethink America’s Racial Meaning
Bill Strickland

10. Southern Theater for Social Change
Pat Arnow

11. Beluthahatchee Blues: An Interview with Stetson Kennedy
Jorge Arévalo Mateus

12. “We Don’t Have Much Time”: An Interview with Raúl Salinas
Rachel Rubin

13. “The Anti-Slavery Act of 2002”: An Interview with Si Kahn
Rachel Rubin

Keywords: History, Social History, Cultural History, History of the Americas, US History, Modern History, Social Justice, Equality and Human Rights

Editor
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2006
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
282 pages
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230601789
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-53466-1

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