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by Paul M. Gaston

  • ISBN: 1881320103
  • Category: Americas
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Paul M. Gaston
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: River City Pub; 1st, No Additional Printings edition (July 1, 1993)
  • Pages: 161
  • ePub book: 1543 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1175 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
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Paul Gaston was born and reared in Fairhope, Alabama, about which he has written two books. He is also the author of The New South Creed, winner of the Lillian Smith Award for distinguished writing about the South

Paul Gaston was born and reared in Fairhope, Alabama, about which he has written two books. He is also the author of The New South Creed, winner of the Lillian Smith Award for distinguished writing about the South. He is a past president of the Southern Regional Council and has been a frequent visitor in South Africa, both before and after the fall of apartheid.

In Man and Mission: E. B. Gaston and the Origins of the Fairhope Single Tax Colony, historian Paul Gaston relates his grandfather's 1864 founding of the utopian community of Fairhope, Alabama. Using family and public records, Man and Mission gives an intimate view of a vibrant moment in the history of Gilded Age America

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1993) Man and Mission: E. Gaston and the Origins of the Fairhope Single Tax Colony. Montgomery, Alabama: Black Belt Press. Paul M. Gaston (2010) "Coming of Age in Utopia: The Odyssey of an Idea. Montgomery and Louisville: NewSouth Books. in Where We Stand: Voices of Southern Dissent. Montgomery, Alabama: New South Books. 1985) "Gaston, Ernest Berry. in "Alden Whitman, e. "American Reformers. Gaston and the Origins of the Fairhope Single Tax Colony, historian Paul Gaston relates his grandfather's 1864 founding of the utopian community of Fairhope, Alabama

In Man and Mission: E. Using family and public records, Man and Mission gives an intimate view of a vibrant moment in the history of Gilded Age America

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Paul Morton Gaston, American history professor. Visiting professor University Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa, 1986. Instructor to professor University Virginia, Charlottesville, 1957-1997. Retired; professor emeritus of southern and civil rights history University Virginia, since 1997. Corporal United States Army, 1946-1948, Korea.

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In Man and Mission: E. B. Gaston and the Origins of the Fairhope Single Tax Colony, historian Paul Gaston relates his grandfather's 1864 founding of the utopian community of Fairhope, Alabama. The twenty-eight "Fairhopers" hoped to realize an "equality of opportunity, the full reward of individual efforts, and the benefits of co-operation in matters of general concern," at a time when the economic system of the United State was ravaged by monopoly capitalism. Using family and public records, Man and Mission gives an intimate view of a vibrant moment in the history of Gilded Age America.