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Published by University Press of Kentucky in Lexington .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Southern States,
  • Southern States.

Subjects:

  • New Deal, 1933-1939 -- Southern States.,
  • Southern States -- History -- 1865-1951.,
  • Southern States -- Economic conditions -- 1918-,
  • Southern States -- Social conditions.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [185]-198) and index.

StatementRoger Biles.
SeriesNew perspectives on the South
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF215 .B55 1994
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 205 p. ;
Number of Pages205
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1411946M
ISBN 100813118360
LC Control Number93020816

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The New Deal and the South represents the first comprehensive treatment of the impact of the Roosevelt recovery program on the South. In essays dealing with the New Deal's overall effect on the South, its influence on southern agriculture, labor, blacks, and politics, and its significance as a turning point in the region's history, the contributors provide readers with an opportunity to develop a more . In The South and the New Deal, Roger Biles examines the New Deal's impact on the rural and urban South, its black and white citizens, its poor, and its politics. In The South and the New Deal, Roger Biles examines the New Deal's impact on the rural and urban South, its black and white citizens, its poor, and its politics. He shows how southern leaders. The New Deal and the South: Essays. By Frank Freidel, Pete Daniel, J. Wayne Flynt, Alan Brinkley, Harvard Sitkoff, Numan V. Bartley, James C. Cobb, Michael V. Namorato. Read preview.

The twelve essays in this book, several published here for the first time, represent some of Tony Badger’s best work in his ongoing examination of how white liberal southern politicians who came to prominence in the New Deal and World War II handled the race issue when it became central to politics in the s and s.   The twelve essays in this book, several published here for the first time, represent some of Tony Badger’s best work in his ongoing examination of how white liberal southern politicians who came to prominence in the New Deal and World War II handled the race issue when it became central to politics in the s and by: 8. "In reconstructing the intellectual, ideological, cultural, and institutional histories of the New Right's genesis and development, From the New Deal to the New Right challenges many conventional views about the movement's origins and content. This is an important contribution to our understanding of the southern, and racialist, roots of modern conservatism and with its rich, interdisciplinary. The South and the New Deal. [Roger Biles] -- When Franklin D. Roosevelt was sworn in as president, the South was unmistakably the most disadvantaged part of the nation. This work examines the effect of the New Deal on the rural and urban South.

Testing the New Deal book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. In September two-thirds of the southern textile labor force walk /5(1). Designing a New America: The Origins of New Deal Planning, By Patrick D. Reagan University of Massachusetts Press, Read preview Overview Class and Power in the New Deal: Corporate Moderates, Southern Democrats, and the Liberal-Labor Coalition By G. William Domhoff; Michael J. Webber Stanford University Press,   The twelve essays in this book, several published here for the first time, represent some of Tony Badger’s best work in his ongoing examination of how white liberal southern politicians who came to prominence in the New Deal and World War II handled the race issue when it became central to politics in the s and s. Franklin Roosevelt in the s thought a new generation of. The South during the years of the New Deal has experienced a development that enables it and tempts it to talk the confident language of a regular child of the national household, not the subservient terms of an undernourished step-child or orphan. It has growing pains and is quarreling about those pains.