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Jumpin' Jim Crow:
Southern Politics from Civil War to Civil Rights
Edited by Jane Dailey, Glenda Elizabeth Gilmore, & Bryant Simon

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Preface ix
Acknowledgments xiii
Introduction 3
Chapter 1: by Laura Edwards The Politics of Marriage and Households in North Carolina during Reconstruction 7
Chapter 2: by Elsa Barkely Brown Negotiating and Transforming the Public Sphere: African American Political Life in the Transition from Slavery to Freedom 28
Chapter 3: by Stephen Kantrowwitz One Man's Mob Is Another Man's Militia: Violence, Manhood, and Authority in Reconstruction South Carolina 67
Chapter 4: by Jane Daily The Limits of Liberalism in the New South: The Politics of Race, Sex, and Patronage in Virginia, 1879-1883 88
Chapter 5: by W. Fitzhugh Brundage White Women and the Politics of Historical Memory in the New South, 1880-1920 115
Chapter 6: by David F. Godshalk William J. Northen's Public and Personal Struggles against Lynching 140
Chapter 7: by Grace Elizabeth Hale "For Colored" and "For White": Segregating Consumption in the South 162
Chapter 8: by Nancy MacLean The Leo Frank Case Reconsidered: Vender and Sexual Politics in the Making of Reactionary Populism 183
Chapter 9: by Glenda Elizabeth Gilmore False Friends and Avowed Enemies: Southern African Americans and Party Allegiances in the 1920s 219
Chapter 10: by Bryant Simon Race Reactions: African American Organizing, Liberalism, and White Working-Class Politics in Postwar South Carolina 239
Chapter 11: by Kari Frederickson "As a Man, I Am Interested in States' Rights": Gender, Race, and the Family in the Dixiecrat Party, 1948-195O 260
Chapter 12: by Timothy B. Tyson Dynamite and "The Silent South": A Story from the Second Reconstruction in South Carolina 275
Portraying Power by Edward Ayers 301
Reflections by Jacquelyn Dowd Hall 304
The Shoah and Southern History by Nell Irvin Painter 308
Contributors 311
Index 315

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