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Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1968. Hardcover. Very Good+. xvi, 398 pp. With appendix, bibliography, index. Blue cloth, titles stamped in silver. Illustrated with b&w photos, maps. "Politics and life are interwoven, and I have given some account of how the people lived, the poverty and bitterness of the postwar era, their fanatical belief in free silver, what irritated and inspired them, the continuous influence of the race issue, their revolt against demon rum, and the popular demand for better schools and roads early in this century.
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- Lippincott Books (US)
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- Virginia: Bourbonism to Byrd, 1870-1925
- Moger, Allen W
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- Used - Very Good+
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- University Press of Virginia
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- Harry Flood Byrd, Anti-Machine Democrats, Thomas Staples Martin
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- American History;
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