The Deep South States of America: People, Politics, and Power in the Seven Deep South States

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INDEX
Page references in boldface type indicate inclusive or major entries.
Abernathy, Ralph David, 24, 235, 277, 284, 356 433
Abney, F. Glenn, 188, 195
Acadia Parish ( La.), 78
Accomplices in Crime: The Arkansas Prison Scandal, 143
Adams, Grady, 371n
Adams, Kenneth S., 474
Adams, Tom, 460
Adkins, Homer, 129
Adkisson, G. W., 136
Aerodex, 446n
Aeromarine Supply Company, 291n
Agnew, Spiro, 32, 197, 220, 250, 258, 399, 401
Agriculture, U.S. Department of, 79, 198, 199
Aiken County ( S.C.), 422
ALABAMA235-305 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 31, 33, 36, 39, 40, 41, 42, 152, 153, 192, 194, 316-17, 392, 422, 438, 490; agriculture, 266-69; congressional delegation, 261-66; constitution, 246, 294-96; economy, 259, 266-71; education, 246, 247, 258, 259, see also race relations; environmental problems, 259-60; federal government and, 261; fiscal policy, 239, 259, 260, 295; health problems, 259, 263; history, 242-49, 303; judiciary, 238-39; labor, 259, 301-2; legislature, 238, 239, 246-47, 256, 260, 281, 293-95; politics/political parties, 238, 246, 247, 248n, 251-53, 255-56, 292-94, 298-301, 302-5; population, 266, 268; race relations/civil rights, 235-38, 239, 240, 243, 245, 248-49, 252, 276-77, 301, 302; social services, 295; state government, 240, 247, 294-96; transportation, 270; urbanization, 268, 271; voting rights, 184, 236, 246, 247, 275, 280-81, 296-300; see also Deep South States; individual cities and counties

REGIONS: Black Belt, 236, 238, 243, 244, 245, 246-47, 267, 279, 292, 293, 296-97, 298, 304; Northern, 243-44, 245, 246-47, 267, 274, 293; Piedmont, 269; Southern, 243-44, 293; Wiregrass Section, 245

Alabama, University of, 39, 132, 238, 252, 271, 272-73, 278-79, 289, 291-92
Alabama Fuel and Iron Company, 302
Alabama Journal ( Montgomery), 236, 261, 277- 78, 294
Alabama League of Municipalities, 295
Alabama National Guard, 291n
Alachua County ( Fla.), 465, 483
Albany ( Ga.), 17, 310, 370-71
Albert, Carl, 88
Aldrin, Edwin E., Jr., 478
Alexander, Beatrice, 176
Alexander, William, 128
Alexander vs. Holmes, 176
Alexandria ( La.), 120
Alexandrovitch, Alexis Romanoff, 96
Alford, Dale, 156
Allen, Ivan, Jr., 318, 338, 340, 348, 350, 353, 354, 355-56
Allen, James B., 264
Allen, J.R., 370
Allen, Melba Till, 262n
Alligator ( Miss.), 224
Allis-Chalmers, 217, 218, 418
All the King's Men, 118
America at 1750, 382
American Association of University Professors, 457
American Association of University Women, 246n
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 17, 285, 293, 354
American Cyanimid, 366, 367
American College Test (ACT), 177
American Dilemma: The Negro Problem and Modern Democracy, 16
American Independent Party, 144, 256
American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO), 70, 72, 73- 76, 85, 148n, 263, 302, 433, 455
American Heritage Insurance Company, 449
American Medical Association Journal, 491
Americans for Constitutional Action, 337
Amerson, Lucius, 281
AMF Beaird, Inc., 121
Amoco, 274
Anderson (S.C.), 398, 419
Anderson, Jack, 158, 409, 417
Anderson, Martin, 485
Anniston ( Ala.), 240-41, 242, 275
Anniston Star, 240, 275-76
Anthony, Paul, 24
Appalachian Mountains, 306, 378
Apple, R. W., Jr., 256
Arcola ( Miss.), 183
Arizona, 31
ARKANSAS123-61 21, 31, 33, 40, 43, 47, 77, 164, 168, 254, 260; agriculture, 124, 128, 149-50; communications, 126; congressional delegation, 155-60; constitution, 141, 152, 153; culture, 137, 160-61; economy, 127, 137-38, 148, 149-51; education, 132, 133, 148-49; environmental problems, 149- 51; Faubus years, 130-34; history, 127-29; labor, 148; legislature and lobbies, 131-32, 140, 141-42, 145, 147, 152; penal system, 143-44; politics/political parties, 124, 126, 127, 128-29, 130-34, 138-40, 142, 144-45, 152-55; population, 126, 127, 138; race relations/civil rights, 124, 128, 129, 130, 132-33, 139, 140, 141, 142, 145, 151-52, 153, 155, 156; Rockefeller years, 134-47; social services, 148; state government, 130, 140-41, 142, 147; urban renewal and decay, 126; see also Deep South States; individual cities and counties

REGIONS; 123-27, 128, 151

Arkansas, Univlersity of, 128, 129, 148, 157
Arkansas Democrat, 126, 154
Arkansas Gazette, 126, 128, 145, 147, 157
Arkansas Industrial Development Corporation (AIDC), 137-38, 150
Arkansas-Louisiana Gas Company, 131, 151
Arkansas National Guard, 132
Arkansas Power and Light Company, 129, 130
Arkansas River, 46, 124, 149, 150
Arkansas River Navigation Project, 156
Arkansas River Palisades, 127
Arkansas Traveler, 123
Armstrong, Louis, 95n
Armstrong, Neil A., 478
Armstrong Paper, 370
Armstrong Rubber and Tire, 208-9, 226

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Foreword 7
  • The Deep South States "Free at Last"? 13
  • Louisiana an Evocation 46
  • Arkansas Up from Provincialism 123
  • Mississippi - HOPE AT LAST 162
  • Alabama the "Cradle" Gets Rocked 235
  • Georgia Empire State of the South 306
  • South Carolina - FOSSIL NO MORE 380
  • Florida the Man-Made State 435
  • Acknowledgments 495
  • Bibliography 500
  • Index 515
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