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Author James, Michael E
Title The conspiracy of the good : civil rights and the struggle for community in two American cities, 1875-2000 / Michael E. James
Imprint New York : P. Lang, c2005
book jacket
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 Euro-Am Studies Lib  305.8 J2354 2005    AVAILABLE  -  30500101290891
Descript xix, 385 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Series History of schools and schooling ; v. 30
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [357]-367) and index
Bridges and drive-bys -- 1. The city on the hill -- 2. Fear itself: white over black and the creation of public education in the new south -- 3. "In this aristocratic town?": labor, women and the gospel of discontent -- 4. Coming of age in the new south: urbanity and schooling in the old dominion, 1900-1940 -- 5. "Winning them into goodness": progressive Pasadena between the wars, 1920-1940 -- 6. Southern progressivism during the great depression: creating the "new south" in Virginia's schools 1900-1940 -- 7. "Progressive education in REDucation!": civil rights in Pasadena, 1930-1975 -- 8. Massive resistance: "freedom of choice" -- Looking back: perceptions of renaissance
EAS: YW
Subject Charlottesville (Va.) -- Race relations
Pasadena (Calif.) -- Race relations
Charlottesville (Va.) -- Social conditions
Pasadena (Calif.) -- Social conditions
African Americans -- Civil rights -- Virginia -- Charlottesville -- History
Minorities -- Civil rights -- California -- Pasadena -- History
African Americans -- Education -- Virginia -- Charlottesville -- History
Minorities -- Education -- California -- Pasadena -- History
School integration -- Virginia -- Charlottesville -- History
School integration -- California -- Pasadena -- History
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