Table of contents for Making a new South : race, leadership, and community after the Civil War / edited by Paul A. Cimbala and Barton C. Shaw.

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Contents
Preface 000
	Charles Joyner
Acknowledgments 000
Introduction 000
	Michael Shirley and George E. Sims
1.	"Take the Negro Out of Politics": J.C.L. Harris and the 
Dilemma of White Republicans in Post-Emancipation North Carolina 
000
	Deborah Beckel
2.	"Let Us Not Be So Far Behind": Columbus, Georgia, and the 
Struggle of a New South Town 000
	Faye L. Jensen
3.	A Peculiar Wrenching of the Soul: Religion, Race, and 
Politics in Jim Crow Georgia 000
	Bobby Donaldson
4.	Heritage of Violence: Memory and Race Relations in 
Twentieth-Century Waco, Texas 000
	William D. Carrigan
5.	Atlanta, Its People, and the "Atlanta Spirit" in the Early 
Years of the Great Depression, 1929-1932 000
	Douglas L. Fleming
6.	Race, Labor, and Democracy: Brownie Lee Jones and the 
Southern School for Workers in Virginia during the 1940s 000
	Larissa M. Smith
7.	From Defiance to Moderation: South Carolina Governors and 
Racial Change 000
	Tony Badger
8.	"The Dynamite Was Fear": Segregation, Anticommunism, and 
Sedition in Louisville, Kentucky, the South's Northern Border 
000
	Catherine Fosl
9.	"Outside Agitator": John Kasper and the Desegregation 
Crisis in Clinton, Tennessee 000
	Clive Webb
10.	Romper Lobbies and Coloring Lessons: Grassroots Visions and 
Political Realities in the Battle for Head Start in Mississippi, 
1965-1967 000
	David C. Carter
11.	Poverty Lawyers and Racial Reconstruction during the 1970s: 
North Mississippi Rural Legal Services 000
	Kris Shepard
Notes 000
List of Contributors 000
Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Southern States -- History -- 1865-1951 -- Congresses.
Southern States -- History -- 1951- -- Congresses.
Southern States -- Race relations -- Congresses.
Southern States -- Social conditions -- Congresses.
Social change -- Southern States -- Congresses.
Southern States -- Historiography -- Congresses.