Louisiana Hayride: The American Rehearsal for Dictatorship, 1928-1940

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • The Morning after 3
  • Part One- The Ride Begins 11
  • I- and Always, New Orleans . . 13
  • II- A Kingfish is Spawned 36
  • III- "L'' Etat, C'' EST Moi" 60
  • IV- America, Here I Come 88
  • V- On toward . . .. 116
  • Part Two- The Gravy Days 145
  • VI- Inheritance 147
  • VII- Jefferson Was a Sucker 163
  • VIII- Governor Dick and the Boys 188
  • IX- Every Student a King 211
  • X- Dick for Vice-President 236
  • Part Three- The Wreck 261
  • XI- "And One of ''Em Was a Sonofagun!" 263
  • XII- Kingfish''s Apprentice 289
  • XIII- The Art of Conservation 317
  • XIV- Dips and Double Dips 335
  • XV- The Jurors'' Rebellion 356
  • XVI- Sour Grapes of Wrath 379
  • XVII- The $500,000 Idea 405
  • XVIII- Campaign À la Mardi Gras 427
  • Acknowledgments 457
  • Index 459
  • About the Author 473
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