Table of contents for Rich man's war, poor man's fight : race, class, and power in the rural South during the first world war / by Jeanette Keith.

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 Preface 00
 Introduction 00
 Chapter 1. Southern Antimilitarists on the Eve of War 00
 Chapter 2. Which War, Whose Fight?: White Southerners Debate the
 Declaration of War and the Draft, 1917 00
 Chapter 3. Fathers, Farmers, and Christians 00
 Chapter 4. Agrarian Protest Begins 000
 Chapter 5. Race, Class, Gender, and Draft Dodging 000
 Chapter 6. The Surveillance State Comes to Rural Shade: Propaganda
 and Domestic Espionage in the Southern Countryside 000
 Chapter 7. Resistance 000
 Epilogue: After the War 000
 Notes 000
 Bibliography 000
 Index 000
 Map 1. Ratio of Outstanding Desertions to Total Registration, by
 State 00
 Map 2. Counties in Southern States Having at least 50 Percent Black
 Population 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: World War, 1914-1918 Protest movements Southern States, World War, 1914-1918 Draft resisters Southern States, Southern States Race relations, Southern States Social conditions 1865-1945, Social classes Southern States History 20th century, Southern States Rural conditions, Farmers Southern States Political activity History 20th century, Dissenters Southern States History 20th century