The Etiquette of Race Relations in the South: A Study in Social Control

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

GENERAL SOURCES

STATISTICAL AND DOCUMENTARY

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LOGIC AND THEORY OF CEREMONY, ETIQUETTE AND RACE RELATIONS

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