Old South, New South, down South? Florida and the Modern Civil Rights Movement
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Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: West Virginia University Press
Publication date: 11/1/2009
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
|Preface and Acknowledgments|
|Introduction: Image, Illusion, and Reality: Florida and the Modern Civil Rights Movement in Historical Perspective|
|The Illusion of Moderation: A Recounting and Reassessing of Florida’s Racial Past|
|From Old South to New South, or Was It?: Jacksonville and the Modern Civil Rights Movement in Florida|
|Brotherhood of Defiance: The State-Local Relationship in the Desegregation of Lee Country Public Schools, 1954-1969|
|Toms and Bombs: The Civil Rights Struggle in Daytona Beach|
|Planting the Seeds of Racial Equality: Florida’s Independent Black Farmers and the Modern Civil Rights Era|
|Justice Delayed-Is Justice Denied: Florida’s ”Public Mischief“ Defense and Virgil Hawkins’s Protracted Legal Struggle for Racial Equality|
|”Wait” Has Almost Always Meant ”Never“: The Long Road to School Desegregation in Palm Beach County|
|The Triumph of Tradition: Haydon Burns’s 1964 Gubernatorial Race and the Myth of Florida’s Moderation|
|From Old South Experiences to New South Memories: Virginia Key Beach and the Evolution of Civil Rights to Public Space in Miami|
|Afterword: Old South, New South, or Down South?: Florida and the Modern Civil Rights Movement: Towards a New Civil Rights History in Florida|