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THE INGREDIENTS OF FASCISM

ON THE DESK in front of me is a litter of notes and maps and newspaper clippings that seem unrelated. There is the map prepared by the Senate Committee on Decentralization of Industry, the McCarran Committee: I glance at it and notice that the outline of the depressed areas coincides with the outline of the areas affected by discriminatory freight rates. There is a clipping that someone has sent me, a rather lengthy news story in which the president of a great industrial company says that he does not open his books, under any circumstances, to the investors in the corporation. I recall that instinctively I have a distaste for the word "investors" as a substitute for the word "stockholders." There is a letter from a friend, enclosing some literature passed out by one of the "hate" organizations that seem to flourish somehow and be financed somehow all over America. There is a telegram from a crank, urging that I call a session of the Georgia Legislature to make provisions for sending the Negroes back to Africa. There is a handsome mailing piece from an

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  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 7
  • 1 - THE PARADOX THAT IS THE SOUTH 11
  • 2 - EXPORTING ILLITERACY 29
  • 3 - DEMAGOGUES IN THE DARK 39
  • 4 - EXPERIMENT IN DEMOCRACY 51
  • 5 - LAND LAID WASTE 62
  • 6 - 13,000,000 AMERICANS 83
  • 7 - THE INGREDIENTS OF FASCISM 107
  • 8 - PROPHETS OF DOOM 123
  • 9 - A SIX-POINT PROGRAM 141
  • 10 - OUR COMMON COUNTRY 150
  • 11 - OUR COLONIAL REGIONS 165
  • 12 - THE MONOPOLIST'S NIGHTMARE 186
  • 13 - MAKING FREE ENTERPRISE WORK 208
  • 14 - THE ROLE OF THE STATES 225
  • 15 - A MODERN STATE CONSTITUTION 247
  • 16 - JOBS AND GOVERNMENT 259
  • 17 - PEACE AND PUBLIC OPINION 272
  • 18 - "OUR REALIZATION OF TOMORROW" 289
  • 19 - THE SHORE DIMLY SEEN 306
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