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The emergence of the new South, 1913-1945.

[Baton Rouge] Louisiana State University Press, 1967.
ISBN 0807100102, 9780807100103

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Subjects EĢtats-Unis (sud) -- 1865-1951.
Southern States -- History -- 1865-1951.
Southern States.
United States, Southern States -- History -- 1865-1914.
Series History of the South ; v. 10.
Description xv, 807 pages illustrations, portraits 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1967.
Notes "Critical essay on authorities": pages 733-768.
Lillian Smith Book Award, 1968
Summary Traces its transformation from an agrarian region to one of urban growth and booming industrialism, depicting a changing social and political climate and emphasizing the literary renaissance which produced such writers as William Faulkner and Thomas Wolfe.
Contents In the house of their fathers -- World War I: Southern horizons expand -- Normalcy and the Atlanta spirit -- Agriculture and the recurrent crisis -- The age of segregation -- The South and the savage ideal -- The metamorphosis of progressivism -- The emergence of public services -- The congo of the Bozart -- When Southern labor stirred -- Depression and deliverance -- The transformation of agriculture -- Dilemmas of a Colonial Economy -- The uneven places: Relief, Welfare, and Education -- Building Unions in the South -- New directions in Negro life -- Southerners rediscover the South: Regionalism and sectionalism -- Southern Politics and the new deal -- Tradition and tramsition: The Southern Renaissance -- World War II: The Turbulent South.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Southern States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)477036
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Tindall, George Brown.
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