Kennedy, Stetson. (2010) Southern Exposure :Making the South Safe for DemocracyTuscaloosa : University of Alabama Press,MLA Citation
Kennedy, Stetson. Southern Exposure: Making The South Safe For Democracy. Tuscaloosa : University Of Alabama Press, 2010. Print.
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Southern Exposure : Making the South Safe for Democracy.
|Main Author:||Kennedy, Stetson.|
|Published:||Tuscaloosa : University of Alabama Press, 2010.|
|Topics:||HISTORY - United States - State & Local - South (AL, AR, FL, GA, KY, LA, MS, NC, SC, TN, VA, WV) | Regions & Countries - Americas. | History & Archaeology. | United States Local History. | Southern States - Politics and government - 1865-1950. | Southern States - Social conditions - 1865-1945. | History.|
|Regions:||Southern States - Politics and government - 1865-1950. | Southern States - Social conditions - 1865-1945. | Southern States.|
|Genres:||Electronic books. | Electronic books.|
|Physical Description:||1 online resource (396 pages)
|ISBN:||9780817385651 (electronic bk.)
0817385657 (electronic bk.)
(pbk. alk. paper)
|Summary:||Using thorough and stark statistics, Kennedy describes a South emerging from World War II, coming to grips with the racism and feudalism that had held it back for generations. He includes an all-out Who's Who, based on his own undercover investigations, of the "hate-mongers, race-racketeers, and terrorists who swore that apartheid must go on forever." The first paperback edition brings to a new generation of readers Kennedy's searing profile of Dixie before the civil rights movement.