Origins of the New South Fifty Years Later: The Continuing Influence of a Historical Classic

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It is rare for an academic book to dominate its field half a century later as Woodward's Origins does southern history. Although its explanations are not accepted by all, the volume remains the starting point for every work examining the South in the era between Reconstruction and World War I. In writing "Origins," Woodward deliberately set out to subvert much of the historical orthodoxy he had been taught during the 1930s, and he expected to be lambasted. But the revisionist movement was already afoot among white southern ...

Origins of the New South Fifty Years Later: The Continuing Influence of a Historical Classic 2003, Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge

ISBN-13: 9780807129203

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Origins of the New South Fifty Years Later: The Continuing Influence of a Historical Classic 2003, Louisiana State University Press

ISBN-13: 9780807129050

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