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eBook Race and Rumors of Race: The American South in the Early Forties ePub

by Howard W. Odum,Bryant Simon

  • ISBN: 0801857570
  • Category: Americas
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Howard W. Odum,Bryant Simon
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press (August 20, 1997)
  • Pages: 288
  • ePub book: 1661 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1375 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
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In the early 1940s, all sorts of rumors about impending and presently occurring race wars were circulating throughout the South . First published in 1943 RACE AND RUMORS OF RACE documents Odum's findings.

In the early 1940s, all sorts of rumors about impending and presently occurring race wars were circulating throughout the South among white Southerners. Chapel Hill sociologist Howard W. Odum was so alarmed-and fascinated-by these rumors that he set out to collect and catalog them.

In the early 1940s, rumors of impending and actual race wars circulated furiously among white Southerners. He is the author of more than 15 books, including American Epoch, Southern Pioneers in Social Interpretation, and Southern Regions of the United States. Apparently with the aid of first lady Eleanor Roosevelt.

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In the early 1940s, rumors of impending and actual race wars circulated furiously among white Southerners

In the early 1940s, rumors of impending and actual race wars circulated furiously among white Southerners.

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the American South in the early forties. Johns Hopkins paperbacks ed. by Howard Washington Odum. Includes bibliographical references. Published 1997 by Johns Hopkins University Press in Baltimore, Md. Written in English. Race relations, Whites, In library, Attitudes, Social conditions, African Americans, History. Originally published: Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, 1943. xxxvi, 245 p. ; Number of pages.

In the early 1940s, all sorts of rumors about impending and presently occurring race wars were circulating throughout the .

Race and Rumors of Race: The American South in the Early Forties. Howard W. Odum, Bryant Simon. In the early 1940s, all sorts of rumours about impending and presently occurring race wars were circulating throughout the South among white Southerners: once docile and passive African Americans, i. More).

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In the early 1940s, rumors of impending and actual race wars circulated furiously among white Southerners. Apparently with the aid of first lady Eleanor Roosevelt, liberals, Yankees, New Dealers, and "bad niggers," once docile African-Americans were stockpiling ice picks in Charleston, ordering carton loads of pistols and rifles from the Sears catalog in Memphis, and plotting insurrection against whites at every turn. Alarmed―and fascinated―by these rumors, the University of North Carolina sociologist Howard W. Odum set out to collect and catalog them. He approached professors at various southern universities and asked them to conduct polls among their students to see if they had heard about the pistols, rifles, ice picks, and "Eleanor Clubs," and received thousands of reports confirming that, indeed, they had. The result of Odum's research is Race and Rumors of Race, which first appeared in 1943. Providing a window into white perceptions of race and racial tension in the South during the Second World War, the book locates the roots of the civil rights movement and helps us to understand the complex forces that shaped postwar American politics.