Standing before the Shouting Mob: Lenoir Chambers and Virginia's Massive Resistance to Public-School Integration

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STANDING BEFORE THE SHOUTING MOB
Lenoir Chambers and Virginia's Massive Resistance to Public-School Integration

Alexander Leidholdt

The University of Alabama Press

Tuscaloosa and London

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Standing before the Shouting Mob: Lenoir Chambers and Virginia's Massive Resistance to Public-School Integration
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • 1 - Closing of the Schools 1
  • 2 - Divergent Views 4
  • 3 - Lenoir Chambers The Formative Years 11
  • 4 - The Emergence of an Editor 18
  • 5 - A Fish Out of His Pond 26
  • 6 - Liberal Journalism in the South 29
  • 7 - Chambers as Editor Of The Virginian-Pilot 41
  • 8 - Norfolk The Setting for a Conflict 55
  • 9 - The Issue of the Century 64
  • 10 - Legislative Ploys 71
  • 11 - The Resistance in Norfolk 86
  • 12 - Advocacy for Reopening the Schools 95
  • 13 - A City Divided and Beleaguered 102
  • 14 - The Turning of the Tide 118
  • 15 - The Influence of Lenoir Chambers 127
  • 16 - Epilogue The Editor and the Schools 135
  • Notes 139
  • Bibliography 161
  • Index 167
  • About the Author 173
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