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The New Deal and beyond : social welfare in the South since 1930

Author: Elna C Green
Publisher: Athens : University of Georgia Press, ©2003.
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A collection of ten studies which examine New Deal and Great Society programmes from the Works Progress Administration and Civilian Conservation Corps to Social Security and Medicare. They also draw  Read more...


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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Elna C Green
ISBN: 0820324817 9780820324814 0820324825 9780820324821
OCLC Number: 50243267
Description: xix, 275 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: "The lowest form of work relief" : authority, gender, and the state in Atlanta's WPA sewing rooms / Georgina Hickey --
The Farm Security Administration and rural families in the South : home economists, nurses, and farmers, 1933-1946 / Brenda J. Taylor --
"Hopeful people on the move" : the urban South and the transient problem during the Great Depression / Jeffrey S. Cole --
Gender, Jim Crow, and Eugene Talmadge : the politics of social policy in Georgia / Ann Short Chirhart --
In the public interest? : the social and cultural impact of the Blue Ridge Parkway, a Depression-era Appalachian "public-works" project / Ted Olson --
Racial segregation in southern hospitals : how Medicare "broke the back of segregated health services" / Jill Quadagno and Steve McDonald --
Citizen-soldiers : the North Carolina volunteers and the South's war on poverty / Robert R. Korstad and James L. Leloudis --
"They can be like other people" : race, poverty, and the politics of alienation in New Orleans' early great society / Kent B. Germany --
More than a head start : the war on poverty, Catholic Charities, and civil rights in Mobile, Alabama, 1965-1970 / Susan Youngblood Ashmore --
Southern feminism and social change : Sallie Bingham and the Kentucky Foundation for Women / Marsha S. Rose.
Responsibility: edited by Elna C. Green.
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