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Reconstruction in the South 1965 by  Various  W. E. B. Du Bois - Paperback - First Edition - 1965 - from The Franklin Bookstore (SKU: 2400)

Reconstruction in the South 1965

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Reconstruction in the South 1965

by Edwin C. Rozwenc, Woodrow Wilson, W. E. B. Du Bois, Various

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Original 1965. soft. Reconstruction in the South Series: Problems in American Civilization Edited with an introduction by Edwin C. Rozwenc Publisher-Printing Location: D.C. Heath and Company, Boston Date and Numbering:December 1965 Size and Page Count: 6.25"" X 9"" Tall 109 pages Condition: Very Good little edge wear, binding tight -------- An excellent opportunity for the collector, researcher or historian --------- Contents include:
Table of Contents:
The reconstruction of the Southern States / Woodrow Wilson
Reconstruction deÌbaÌ,cle / J.G. Randall
Class and race strife in Louisiana / Roger W. Shugg
Civil War and reconstruction in Alabama / Walter L. Fleming
Social and economic forces in Alabama reconstruction / Horace Mann Bond
The Negro in Mississippi politics / Vernon Lane Wharton
The black proletariat in South Carolina / W.E. Burghardt du Bois William Edward Burghardt "W. E. B." Du Bois
New viewpoints of Southern reconstruction / Francis B. Simkins
Blackout of honest government / E. Merton Coulter.
Woodrow Wilson: The war had been fought to preserve the Union, to dislodge and drive out by force the doctrine of the right of secession. The southern states could not legally leave the Union, such had been the doctrine of the victorious states whose armies won under Grant and Sherman, and the federal government had been able to prevent their leaving, in fact. In strict theory, though their people had been in revolt, under organizations which called themselves states, and which had thrown off all allegiance to the older Union and formed a new confederation of their own, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, and Tennessee, the historic states once solemnly embodied in the Union, had never gone out of it, could never go out of it and remain states. ...........

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The Franklin Bookstore US (US)
Seller's Inventory #
2400
Title
Reconstruction in the South 1965
Author
Edwin C. Rozwenc, Woodrow Wilson, W. E. B. Du Bois, Various
Book condition
Used - Very Good
Quantity-available
1
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
D.C. Heath and Company
Place of Publication
Boston
Date Published
1965
Bookseller catalogs
Civil War; Social Science;
Product_type
periodical
Size
6.25"" X 9

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The Franklin Bookstore began in 1996 by Robert & Ruth Lynn in Humboldt, Tennessee. Retiring from the Navy and a business career and always a history buff, Robert and Ruth opened the business of selling and dealing with rare books, magazines and newspapers. Many items were acquired from other rare books dealers from across the country. The Franklin Bookstore continues with his offspring mindful to keep the high ethical business examples that Dad established. We feel honored to be associated with such a virtual history of the printed word, inherently beautiful and fascinating artifacts of our cultural past. Every item we offer is guaranteed to be absolutely genuine and as described. A large part of the inventory is periodicals that date from the Revolutionary War to World War II and into the 21 century.

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