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Abandonment in Dixie: Underdevelopment in the Black Belt
By author: Veronica L. Womack
Product Code: P461
ISBN: 9780881464405
Publisher: Mercer University Press
Product Format: Paperback
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The Black Belt region has been described as America’s Third World. Although this region has been defined historically by eminent scholars such as W.E.B. Dubois, Booker T. Washington, and Arthur Raper, a new twenty-first century definition is needed to address current conditions within the region.
Academy and College : The History of the Woman's College of Furman University
By author: Judith Bainbridge
Product Code: H553
ISBN: 9780865547360
Publisher: Mercer University Press
Pages: 290
Product Format: Hardback
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The history fo the origin, evolution, and demise of the Greenville Woman's College (1854-1961)-a small, underfunded, Baptist institution in upstate South Carolina traces its beginning from a Female Academy, through its organization by the South Carolina Baptist Convention, its struggle for survival and improvement during the years after the Civil War, to its rising aspirations and drive for accreditation in the 1920's.
Against Us, but for Us : Martin Luther King, Jr. and the State
By author: Michael G. Long
Product Code: H580
ISBN: 9780865547681
Pages: 254
Product Format: Hardback
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What was Martin Luther King, Jr.'s understanding of the State? In this provocative and challenging work, Michael G. Long addresses this very basic but overlooked aspect of King's thought. In King's vision there are three important elements of his view of the State.
Agrarian Letters : The Correspondence of John Donald Wade and Donald Davidson, 1930-1939
Edited and compiled by: Gerald J. Smith
Product Code: H611
ISBN: 9780865548084
Publisher: Mercer University Press
Pages: 122
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John Donald Wade of Marshallville, Georgia, and Donald Davidson of Nashville, Tennessee, were lifelong friends and colleagues, dedicated to a common, passionate goal—to further the beauty and ideals of their beloved South. This volume of letters contributes greatly to the growing interest in the Nashville Agrarians in providing for the first time this unique collection of letters.
Always Reforming : A History of Christianity Since 1300
By author: Craig Atwood
Product Code: P205
ISBN: 9780865546790
Pages: 375
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One of the most important slogans of the Protestant Reformation was the Latin phrase Ecclesia semper reformanda--"the Church is always reforming." This theological principle, so central to the work of the Reformers, is the unifying theme of Craig D. Atwood's history of Christianity in the modern era.

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