Black freedom, white resistance, and red menace civil rights and anticommunism in the Jim Crow South /

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Bibliographic Details
Author / Creator: Katagiri, Yasuhiro, 1960-
Format: Electronic eBook
Imprint: Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press, [2014]
Series:Making the modern South
Online Access:Available in ACLS Humanities Ebooks.
Table of Contents:
  • Crying aloud and sparing not: Myers G. Lowman, J.B. Matthews, and the politics of insecurity
  • "Communism and integration are inseparable": Louisiana as the harbinger of segregationist anti-communist inquisitions in the South
  • With unwisdom, injustice, and immoderation: a southern-flavored McCarthyism in Georgia
  • "A peaceful people have been torn asunder by the communist conspiracy": the Little Rock desegregation crisis in Arkansas as a turning point in massive resistance
  • "Run 'em out, boys, run 'em out": webs of suspicion, suppression, and suffocation in Tennessee and Florida
  • "We must identify the traitors in our midst": red hearings, red herrings, and red Machiavellianism in Mississippi
  • "This is a part of the world communist conspiracy": the white South's desperate stand against the civil and voting rights acts
  • Conclusion. "No lie can live forever": from massive resistance to massive fallacy.