Political Tendencies in Louisiana

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Source Index
Adams, Gibbs, 387n
Adams, William, 55n
Alexandria Democrat, 209
Alford, Robert R., xx, xxn
Alker, Hayward, xixn
Allardt, Erik, xii, xiin, xx, xxn, xxi, xxin, 400n
American Non-Conformist, 176
Asseff, Emmett, 21n, 22n, 35n, 50, 50n, 69n, 73n
Bailey, Harry A., Jr., 192n
Baker, Riley E., 190n
Basso, Hamilton, 224n
Baton Rouge Gazette, 55, 70
Gazette and Comet, 90
Morning Advocate, 330n, 338n, 367n, 392n
Beals, Carleton, 224n, 249n
Becker, Howard, 402, 402n
Bendix, Reinhard, xvn, 400n
Bertrand, Alvin L., xin, xxii, xxiin, 15, 15n, 272n, 274n, 346n, 402-03n
Blalock, Hubert M., Jr., xixn, 168, 168n
Blachard, Newton C., 150n
Brent, Joseph L., III, 25n 32n, 188n, 226n, 295n, 343n, 371n, 401n, 412n
Broussard, James H., 84, 84n, 86, 86n
Burnham, Walter Dean, xii, xiin, xxn, 36n, 37n, 39, 39n, 77n, 82n, 88, 88n
Byrd, Mary, 11n
Capers, Gerald M., 113n
Carter, Hodding, 224n
Cash, W. J., 150, 151, 151n, 224n
Caskey, Willie Malvin, 104n, 113n, 114n, 115, 115n, 117n, 118n
Chartrand, Robert L., xxin
Cole Arthur C., 66n, 75, 75n
Commager, Henry S., 297n
Constantin, Roland Paul, 123n
Cosman, Bernard, 358, 358n, 370n, 372, 372n, 374, 374n
Cuzzort, Ray P., xixn
Dahl, Robert A., xin, 403, 403n
Daniels, Lucia, 174, 174n, 175n, 184n
Dart, William, 19n
David, Paul T., 305n
Davis, Edwin A., 29n, 114, 114n
Davis, Forrest, 224n
Deener, David R., 305n, 306n, 316n, 318n, 319, 319n, 320n, 321n, 322n, 323n, 329n
Dethloff, Henry C., 175n, 176n, 177n, 180n, 191, 191n, 223, 223n, 224n
Dixon, Margaret, 331, 331n, 367n, 388n
Dogan, Mattei, xn, xi, xin, xiin, xixn
Downs, Anthony, 397n
Duncan, Beverly, xixn
Duncan, O. D., xixn
Dupeux, Georges, xiin
Eulau, Heinz, ix, ixn
Evans, Melvin, 18n, 19n, 20n, 21n
Fichter, Joseph, 402n
Ficklin, John R., 123n, 150n
Fife, Thomas W., 57n, 64n
Fineran, John Kingston, 224n
Fenton, John H., xixn, 276, 276n, 359n
Ford, Edwin Aurbera, 181n, 182n, 183n, 188n, 189n
Freedman, Alex S., 264n
Friedman, Robert S., 338n, 360, 360n
Fry, Martha R., 12n
Garcia, Thomas C., 253, 253n
Gayarré, Charles, 153
Gerth, Hans H., xiiin
Gile, Beuford. M., 12n
Glenn, Norval D., 403n
Goguel François, xiin
Goldman, Ralph M., 36n, 56n, 77n, 82n, 305n
Gonzales, John Edmond, 136n, 138n
Goodman, Leo, xixn
Gordy, Ruby Nell, 42n, 64n
Gosnell, Harold F., xii, xiin
Grantham, Dewey, 413, 413n
Greer, James K., 23, 23n, 27n, 42n, 47n, 54n, 64, 64n, 76n, 77n, 80n, 82n, 84n
Grosz, Agnes Smith, 142n
Hair, William Ivy, 153n, 154n, 170, 170n, 174n, 175, 175n, 181n, 187n
Harrell, Kenneth Earl, 217n, 227n
Hartz, Louis, 399, 399n, 400
Havard, William C., xiin, 22n, 218n, 219n, 253n, 313n, 315n, 316n, 332n, 333n, 335n, 336, 336n, 337n, 374n
Heberle, Rudolf, ixn, xn, xi, xin, xiin,

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