Federal Register

of the Moody TACAN 180 ° radial , ex- VOR ; within 8 miles N and 5 miles S of at the Southern Regional Office , Federal ... Docket No. 6395 ; Notice 64-53 ] Albany Airport ( latitude 31 ° 32'00 " N. , The redesignated Valdosta , Ga .

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UCR:31210024906123

Category: Delegated legislation

Page:

View: 463

Download →

Posted in:

The Long Southern Strategy

Southern Baptist Convention ( Cont . ) Resolution No. 5 , 270–71 Resolution No. 8 , 274 “ secular ” issues , 299-300 ... 35 Southern Regional Council , 39 southern religion , 225-58 , 2300 discouraged or forbidden activities , 230-31 ...

Author: Angie Maxwell

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 9780190265960

Category: Political Science

Page: 560

View: 301

Download →

In The Long Southern Strategy, Angie Maxwell and Todd Shields trace the consequences of the GOP's decision to court white voters in the South. Over time, Republicans adopted racially coded, anti-feminist, and evangelical Christian rhetoric and policies, making its platform more southern and more partisan, and the remodel paid off. This strategy has helped the party reach new voters and secure electoral victories, up to and including the 2016 election. Now,in any Republican primary, the most southern-presenting candidate wins, regardless of whether that identity is real or performed. Using an original and wide-ranging data set of voter opinions, Maxwell and Shields examine what southerners believe and show how Republicans such as Donald Trump stoke support inthe South and among southern-identified voters across the nation.
Posted in:

Report

mre mrg •No . 1 Religious minorities in the Soviet Union ( Revised 1977 edition ) ( price £1 . ... best 24 pages on Ireland ' s contemporary political problems that have found their way into the permanent literature . . . excellent " .

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105014112390

Category: Minorities

Page:

View: 169

Download →

Posted in:

Away Down South

When he asked his listeners if “New England” would permit “the prejudice of war to remain in the hearts of the conquerors when it has died in the hearts of the conquered,” he elicited a resounding chorus of “No's.”31 The promise of ...

Author: James C. Cobb

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0198025017

Category: History

Page: 416

View: 842

Download →

From the seventeenth century Cavaliers and Uncle Tom's Cabin to Civil Rights museums and today's conflicts over the Confederate flag, here is a brilliant portrait of southern identity, served in an engaging blend of history, literature, and popular culture. In this insightful book, written with dry wit and sharp insight, James C. Cobb explains how the South first came to be seen--and then came to see itself--as a region apart from the rest of America. As Cobb demonstrates, the legend of the aristocratic Cavalier origins of southern planter society was nurtured by both northern and southern writers, only to be challenged by abolitionist critics, black and white. After the Civil War, defeated and embittered southern whites incorporated the Cavalier myth into the cult of the "Lost Cause," which supplied the emotional energy for their determined crusade to rejoin the Union on their own terms. After World War I, white writers like Ellen Glasgow, William Faulkner and other key figures of "Southern Renaissance" as well as their African American counterparts in the "Harlem Renaissance"--Cobb is the first to show the strong links between the two movements--challenged the New South creed by asking how the grandiose vision of the South's past could be reconciled with the dismal reality of its present. The Southern self-image underwent another sea change in the wake of the Civil Rights movement, when the end of white supremacy shook the old definition of the "Southern way of life"--but at the same time, African Americans began to examine their southern roots more openly and embrace their regional, as well as racial, identity. As the millennium turned, the South confronted a new identity crisis brought on by global homogenization: if Southern culture is everywhere, has the New South become the No South? Here then is a major work by one of America's finest Southern historians, a magisterial synthesis that combines rich scholarship with provocative new insights into what the South means to southerners and to America as well.
Posted in:

A Southern Life

Why do college professors let the pragmatic voice run over them the way they do . ... in a speech in his hometown , Lillington , on 30 August ( “ Green Scores Loyalty Paper Required of Faculty at UNC , ” NO , 31 August 1949 , p .

Author: Paul Green

Publisher: UNC Press Books

ISBN: 0807821055

Category: History

Page: 735

View: 411

Download →

A selection of letters that sums up the life of a literary Southerner, who veered away from the commonly held views of his segregated town
Posted in:

Reports of cases adjudged in the Court of Error and Appeal

ends of No. 30 does not materially affect its solution . That depends upon the tests or data in determining the allowance for road on the upper side of No. 30 , and dividing it from another broken lot No. 31 , lying beyond it or between ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:B4873195

Category:

Page:

View: 361

Download →

Posted in:

Soil Survey

August 59 U.S. Highway No. 31 crosses the north - central part of September 2. 32 the county and passes through Bay Minette . U.S. HighOctober 69. 0 2. 21 November 59. 7 2. 55 ways No. 90 and No. 98 cross the southern part of the ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: IND:30000096885128

Category: Soil surveys

Page:

View: 735

Download →

Posted in:

Accident Bulletin

31 , 1944 - Continued SOUTHERN DISTRICT Collisions Derailments Cause Cause Total number of train accidents Number of ... in or failures of equipment Defects in or improper maintenance of way and structures Total number of derailments ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: OSU:32435063360432

Category: Railroad accidents

Page:

View: 456

Download →

Posted in: