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|Named Person:||Oliver Brown; Oliver Brown|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Kimberley S Johnson
|Description:||viii, 326 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm|
The problem of the South and the beginning of reform --
Lynching, legitimacy, and order --
Southern reform and the New Deal --
Democratization for the White South --
The natural way: education in the Jim Crow order --
Higher education for Blacks in the South: pragmatism and principle? --
Building the Jim Crow University System --
Jim Crow reform and the rebirth of Black political citizenship --
The end of Jim Crow --
Race, region, and American political development: an analytical coda.
Johnsons study establishes that reformers often had countervailing goals, that the state was central to the reform and support of Jim Crow, and that understanding how all these variables fit together
- Brown, Oliver, -- 1918-1961.
- African Americans -- Segregation.
- African Americans -- Civil rights.
- Civil rights -- Southern States -- History.
- Segregation in education -- Southern States -- History.
- Southern States -- Race relations.
- Southern States -- Politics and government.
- Civil rights.
- Politics and government.
- Race relations.
- Segregation in education.
- Southern States.