9 edition of Religion and the solid South found in the catalog.
Religion and the solid South
Samuel S. Hill
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[by] Samuel S. Hill, Jr. with Edgar T. Thompson [and others]|
|Series||An Abingdon original paperback|
|LC Classifications||BR535 .H49|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||72175282|
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Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Cited by: The South's two cultures --God and the southern plantation system / Edgar T. Thompson --Women, religion, and social change in the South, / Anne Firor Scott --The structure of a Fundamentalist Christian belief-system / Charles Hudson Religion and the solid South book demography of the South / Edwin S.
Gaustad --Toward a charter for a southern theology. Contributors demonstrate the importance of religion in the South not only to American religious history but also to the history of the nation as a whole.
They show that religion touched every corner of society--from the nightclub to the lynching tree, from the church sanctuary to the kitchen hearth.3/5(1). Religion And The Southern Solid South Analysis; this book provides that which the title promises- a history of white, southern Scott, Sharles Hudson, and Edwin S.
Gaustad. A significant portion of the work gives the reader the impression that religious aspects of the south have attracted little interest from historians in American. Book Reviews Religion and the Solid South. By Samuel S.
Hill, Jr., with Edgar T. Thompson, Anne Firor Scott, Charles Hudson, and Edwin S. Gaustad. Nashville, Tenn.: Abingdon Press, Pp. $ (paper). John Shelton Reed University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill The white South's bonds to the national Democratic party have been dis. The South was never solidly Democratic.
Expertly covering Southern politics and race as well as religion, business, labor and the role of the press, Irony of the Solid South is a political tour de force that explains changes that occurred over decades which many outside the South (and some inside) perceived as unexpected or counter-intuitive.
Religion in the Southern States: A Historical Study. Macon: Mercer University Press, _____. The South and North in American Religion. Athens: University of Georgia Press, Mathews, Donald G.
Religion in the Old South. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, III. The Great Awakening in the South. Boles, George A. South Asia is home to many of the world's most vibrant religious faiths. It is also one of the most dynamic and historically rich regions on earth, where changing political and social structures have caused religions to interact and hybridise in unique ways.
This textbook introduces the contemporary religions of South Asia, from the indigenous religions such as the Hindu, Jain, Buddhist. The Political South in the 20th Century (Scribner, ). ISBN Black, Earl, and Merle Black.
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Written by the world's leading authorities on religion and spirituality, the Patheos Library offers the most accurate and balanced information available on the web.p pIn the column below, 50 major. “Framing the Solid South makes a welcome contribution to our understanding of southern politics, state constitutions, and American political development.
In a meticulously researched book that draws on a close reading of state constitutional convention debates, Paul Herron offers valuable insights and explanations regarding the South’s. —Paul Harvey, author of Freedom's Coming: Religious Culture and the Shaping of the South from the Civil War through the Civil Rights Era An exciting, revisionist study that is clear in argument.
Anyone wanting to understand how a variety of people in the South have understood its spiritual and moral meanings will like this book.
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The Solid South or Southern bloc was the electoral voting bloc of the states of the Southern United States for issues that were regarded as particularly important to the interests of Democrats in those states. The Southern bloc existed especially between the end of Reconstruction in and the passage of the Civil Rights Act in During this period, the Democratic Party controlled state.
The article reviews the book "Religion in the Old South," by Donald G. Mathews. ESSENTIAL BOOKS ON RELIGION IN THE AMERICAN SOUTH. // Christian Century;4/30/, Vol.
Issue 9, p No abstract available. Religion in the Old South (Book). Wacker, Grant // Church History;Sep, Vol. 72 Issue 3, p Reviews the book "Religion in the Old.
North Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland, USA +1 () [email protected] © Project MUSE. Produced by Johns Hopkins University. Book Description: Southern-style politics was one of those peculiar institutions that differentiated the South from other American regions.
This system -- long referred to as the Solid South -- embodied a distinctive regional culture and was perpetuated through an undemocratic distribution of power and a structure based on disfranchisement, malapportioned legislatures, and one-party politics.
Relying on a sophisticated analysis of secondary research—as well as a wealth of deep research in primary sources such as letters, diaries, interviews, court cases, newspapers, and other archival materials—Glenn Feldman argues in The Irony of the Solid South that the history of the solid Democratic south is actually marked by several ironies that involve a concern with the fundamental.
"Paul Herron has written an important book. In Framing the Solid South, Herron assembles persuasive evidence from the records of state constitutional conventions to show that it was in the many conventions held between and that a single collective Southern identity was formed.
From the offenses explained in the secession conventions. The Bible and a future life -- Mrs. Van Cott, the revivalist -- European trip and greenback question -- The Pre-Millennial Conference -- The solid South and resumption -- The Sunday laws of Pittsburg -- Political and religious -- Politics and Gen.
Grant -- Politics, religion and Thomas Paine -- Reply to Chicago critics -- The Republican victory.During the s Hanson owned the Macon Telegraph and used it to challenge conventional Southern ideology about economics, race, and the solid Democratic stronghold on the South. While also fighting for a pro-business platform, he became a Republican and worked with some of the most influential men of the Gilded Age.