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Author McRae, Elizabeth Gillespie.
Title Mothers of massive resistance [electronic resource] : white women and the politics of white supremacy / Elizabeth Gillespie McRae.
Alternative Title White women and the politics of white supremacy
Publication Info [New York, NY] : Oxford University Press, [2018]



Descript xiv, 352 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents Introduction: Segregation's constant gardeners -- Massive support for segregation, 1920-1942 -- The color line in Virginia: the home grown production of white supremacy -- Citizenship education for a segregated nation -- Campaigning for a Jim Crow south -- Jim Crow storytelling -- Massive resistance to the black freedom struggle -- Partisan betrayals: a bad woman, weak white men, and the end of a party -- Jim Crow's international enemies and nationwide allies -- Threats within: black southerners, 1954-1956 -- White women, white youth, and the hope of the nation -- Conclusion: the new national face of segregation: Boston women against busing.
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ISBN 9780190271718 (hardcover : alk. paper)
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Author McRae, Elizabeth Gillespie.
Subject United States -- Race relations -- History -- 20th century.
Alternative Title White women and the politics of white supremacy
Descript xiv, 352 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents Introduction: Segregation's constant gardeners -- Massive support for segregation, 1920-1942 -- The color line in Virginia: the home grown production of white supremacy -- Citizenship education for a segregated nation -- Campaigning for a Jim Crow south -- Jim Crow storytelling -- Massive resistance to the black freedom struggle -- Partisan betrayals: a bad woman, weak white men, and the end of a party -- Jim Crow's international enemies and nationwide allies -- Threats within: black southerners, 1954-1956 -- White women, white youth, and the hope of the nation -- Conclusion: the new national face of segregation: Boston women against busing.
Note .
ISBN 9780190271718 (hardcover : alk. paper)
Author McRae, Elizabeth Gillespie.
Subject United States -- Race relations -- History -- 20th century.
Alternative Title White women and the politics of white supremacy

Subject United States -- Race relations -- History -- 20th century.
Descript xiv, 352 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents Introduction: Segregation's constant gardeners -- Massive support for segregation, 1920-1942 -- The color line in Virginia: the home grown production of white supremacy -- Citizenship education for a segregated nation -- Campaigning for a Jim Crow south -- Jim Crow storytelling -- Massive resistance to the black freedom struggle -- Partisan betrayals: a bad woman, weak white men, and the end of a party -- Jim Crow's international enemies and nationwide allies -- Threats within: black southerners, 1954-1956 -- White women, white youth, and the hope of the nation -- Conclusion: the new national face of segregation: Boston women against busing.
Note .
ISBN 9780190271718 (hardcover : alk. paper)

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