Table of contents for Defying Dixie : the radical roots of civil rights, 1919-1950 / by Glenda Elizabeth Gilmore.

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Introduction: Dixie Sunset 
 
Part 1: Incursions
Chapter 1: Jim Crow Meets Karl Marx
Snapshots from Jim Crow¿s World Tour
From Tuskegee to Moscow
The ¿Reddest of the Blacks¿
Agitating the Uplifters
Race as Class in the USSSR
Learning to be Black Bolsheviks
Building a Black Communist Base
Race, Class, and Nation
Chapter 2: Raising the Red Flag in the South
From Comintern to Cotton Mill
Black Equality, Red Scare
Saved by the ¿Crackers¿
¿We Will Never . . . Let Our Leaders Die¿
Setting Down Communist Roots
From Cotton Mill to Comintern
Chapter 3: From the Great Depression to the Great Terror
The Politics of Hunger on the Right
The Politics of Hunger on the Left
Derailing the Rape Myth in Scottsboro
Sons and Daughters of Scottsboro
Seeking Solutions in the USSR
Finding the Great Terror
Part 2: Resistance
Chapter 4: The Nazis and Dixie 
The Trials of Angelo Herndon
Fighting Fire with Fire, ¿Adolph Hitler, K.K.K.¿
Homegrown Radicals
¿Georgia Officials Ape Hitler Terror¿
African Americans Confront Fascism 
A Southern Popular Front
Fair Play and the Fascists
¿What Else are Jim Crow Laws but Fascist Laws?¿
Intimations of the Holocaust
Chapter 5: Moving Left from Chapel Hill to Cape Town
Liberals Meet the Left
Outside Agitation and Southern Conversions
Building a New Left in the New South
The Bankruptcy of the Interracial Cooperation Model
Southern New Dealers Imagine a New South
Interracialism¿s International Crisis
Chapter 6: Imagining Integration
North Carolina¿s Daughter
Storming the Ivory Tower
Pauli Murray, Applicant
Frank Porter Graham¿s Dilemma
¿Rah, Rah, Carolina¿lina¿
Pauli Murray, Plaintiff
Fred and Red Come Home
Part 3: Rebellion
Chapter 7: Explosives in Democracy¿s Arsenal 
African Americans and the Non-Aggression Pact
Randolph, Yergan, and the National Negro Congress
Is This My People¿s War?
Greyhounds, Guts, and Gandhi
Sharecropping and Justice
The Poll Tax as a National Problem
Exposing Sharecropping and the Poll Tax 
Chapter 8: Guerillas in the Good War 
Snatched from the Jaws of a Red Scare
Taking It To the Streets
Pauli Murray¿s March on Washington
¿The South¿ under Siege 
The Agony of White Southern Liberals
Pauli Murray¿s Sit-Ins
¿I Am An American, Too¿
Chapter 9: Cold War Casualties 
Lessons of the Holocaust
U.S. in the UN
Presidential Civil Rights
Civil Rights, Anticommunism, and the Election of 1948
Breaking Frank Graham
Tipping Junius Scales
Turning Max Yergan
Being Pauli Murray
Acknowledgements

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Social justice -- Southern States -- History -- 20th century.
Social movements -- Southern States -- History -- 20th century.
Radicalism -- Southern States -- History -- 20th century.
Civil rights movements -- Southern States -- History -- 20th century.
African Americans -- Civil rights -- Southern States -- History -- 20th century.
Political activists -- Southern States -- History -- 20th century.
Social reformers -- Southern States -- History -- 20th century.
Southern States -- Politics and government -- 1865-1950.
Southern States -- Race relations -- History -- 20th century.
Southern States -- Social conditions -- 20th century.