Confederate symbols in the contemporary South / edited by J. Michael Martinez, William D. Richardson, and Ron McNinch-Su.
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- ISBN: 0813017580 (acid-free paper)
- ISBN: 0813021006
- Physical Description: xv, 351 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
- Publisher: Gainesville : University Press of Florida, c2000.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Introduction: understanding the debate over Confederate symbols / J. Michael Martinez and William D. Richardson -- Southern political thought and the Southern political tradition / Robert C. Jeffrey -- Southern minorities, popular culture, and the Old South / George Schedler -- Southern politics in perspective / Robert P. Steed and Laurence W. Moreland -- The Confederate battle flag in historical perspective / John M. Coski -- Graves, worms, and epitaphs: Confederate monuments in the Southern landscape / J. Michael Martinez and Robert M. Harris -- Driving Dixie down: removing the Confederate flag from Southern state capitols / James Forman Jr. -- Confederate symbols, the courts, and the political question doctrine / J. Michael Martinez -- Traditionalist perspectives on Confederate symbols / J. Michael Martinez -- The great debate: White support for and Black opposition to the Confederate battle flag / Robert Holmes and M. Christine Cagle -- Traditionalists versus reconstructionists: the case of the Georgia state flag, part one / Ron McNinch-Su, William D. Richardson, and J. Michael Martinez -- Confederate symbols, Southern identity, and racial attitudes: the case of the Georgia state flag, part two / Beth Reingold and Richard S. Wike.
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