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The rise of massive resistance; race and politics in the South during the 1950's

Author: Numan V Bartley
Publisher: Baton Rouge, Louisiana State University Press [1969]
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This book attempts to describe and evaluate the rise of massive resistance to public school desegregation that occurred in the Southern United States during much of the 1950s.
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Bartley, Numan V.
Rise of massive resistance.
Baton Rouge, Louisiana State University Press [1969]
(OCoLC)745697760
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Numan V Bartley
ISBN: 0807108480 9780807108482
OCLC Number: 51589
Description: ix, 390 pages illustrations 24 cm
Contents: The South at Mid-Century --
The Dixiecrats and the rise of Neobourbonism --
The presidential election of 1952 and Southern State Policies --
The Brown decision and the federal government --
The reaction to the Brown decision --
The citizens' councils --
the political power structure --
Interposition --
Third party policies in 1956 and the search for Political Unity --
Propaganda --
The quest for conformity: Part I --
The quest for conformity: Part II --
The rationale of massive resistance --
Little rock and the test of a doctrine --
The climax of massive resistance --
Southern Institutions --
A thermidorean reaction --
Looking back: An evaluation of massive resistance.
Responsibility: [by] Numan V. Bartley.

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This book attempts to describe and evaluate the rise of massive resistance to public school desegregation that occurred in the Southern United States during much of the 1950s.

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