Whites towering stature in Louisiana comes not from the war but from his perch ... The decision rejected a challenge to New Orleans racist new streetcar ... of post-Civil War Louisiana, now casts a long shadow over his legacy. ... even by the bloody standards of the South at the time — a gruesome outlier.
Preposterous in more normal times, the potential for this scenario is described by Amherst College professor Lawrence Douglas in a new book, Will He Go ... in three states — an arrangement that ended post-Civil War reconstruction and robbed African-Americans in the South of ... Its called the blue shift.
Whites towering stature in Louisiana comes not from the war but from his perch ... of their civil rights and his role in the bloody politics of post-Civil War Louisiana, ... Most of the New Orleans City Council is also pressing the Louisiana ... by the bloody standards of the South at the time — a gruesome outlier.
... in the post-civil-rights years and has undermined Black advancement, despite ... By the early 1950s, Black veterans had returned home from the war and saw ... as well as the South, demanding that the federal government intervene to ... Under his so-called New Federalism, the same states that had long ...
The South had a heavy booze problem during Reconstruction. The post-Civil War years were marked with widespread depression and despair. ... Invigorating—The new and popular soda fountain drink containing the ... Coca-Cola to cotton mill workers and Negro labor gangs were called dope wagons..
The South Got Something To Say: A Celebration Of Southern Rap (1995-1999) ... And so begins the debut song from four survivors of the so-called war on drugs, ... The Mind of Mystikal, which came in the fall of 95, added a few new ... to the post-Civil rights movement as essential to understanding the way ...
When it was called to his attention that he had taken placebos and not ... He wasnt able to sleep at all on nights like that and he often had to go on the next day. ... The South had a heavy booze problem during Reconstruction. The post-Civil War years were marked with widespread depression and despair.
The newspapers called it Brazilian fever. ... Emperor Dom Pedro II, a fierce advocate of the South during the war, tried to induce ... Before long, Southerners sailed out from New Orleans and Mobile, Ala., for Rio de Janeiro.