Table of contents for Defining the peace : World War II veterans, race, and the remaking of Southern political tradition / Jennifer E. Brooks.

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Acknowledgments 00
1 Introduction: World War II Veterans and the Politics of Postwar Change in Georgia 0
2 The Ballot Must Be Our Weapon: Black Veterans and the Politics of Racial Change 00
3 The Question of Majority Rule: White Veterans and the Politics of Progressive Reform 000
4 Is This What We Fought the War For? Union Veterans and the Politics of Labor 000
5 We Are Not Radicals, Neither Are We Reactionaries: Good Government Veterans and the Politics of Modernization 000
6 Hitler Is Not Dead but Has Found Refuge in Georgia: The General Assembly of 1947 and the Limits of Progress 000
Conclusion 000
Notes 000
Bibliography 000
Index 000
A section of photographs appears after p. 000.
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

World War, 1939-1945 -- Veterans -- Georgia.
Veterans -- Georgia -- Political activity.
Georgia -- Politics and government -- 20th century.