2 edition of Publications on the economy of the State of Mississippi in the 1960"s found in the catalog.
Publications on the economy of the State of Mississippi in the 1960"s
Edward E. Milam
by Bureau of Business and Economic Research, University of Mississippi in [University]
Written in English
|Statement||by Edward E. Milam and Kenneth W. Hollman.|
|Contributions||Hollman, Kenneth W., joint author., University of Mississippi. Bureau of Business and Economic Research.|
|LC Classifications||Z7165.U5 M52|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||75|
|LC Control Number||74621258|
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American political economy. In his new book, Depression, War, and Cold War (Oxford Uni-versity Press, cloth, $), Robert Higgs, the Independent Institute’s Senior Fellow in Political Economy and editor of The Indepen-dent Review, provides a path-breaking reas-sessment of how those seminal events shaped 20th-century America. Primary Documents: To regulate relations between slaves and colonists, the Louisiana Code noir, or slave code, based largely on that compiled in for the French Caribbean colonies, was introduced in and remained in force until the United States took possession of Louisiana in Read More. () Louisiana’s Code Noir. Primary Document.
Several of her publications, including The Politics of Education in the New South: Women and Reform in Georgia, (Louisiana State University Press, January ), have examined southern women's role in Progressive educational reform movements. Her current book project, a biography of educational reformer Celeste Parrish, examines the. During the period from the end of World War II until the late s, often referred to as America’s “Second Reconstruction,” the nation began to correct civil and human rights abuses that had lingered in American society for a century. A grassroots civil rights movement coupled with gradual but progressive actions by Presidents, the federal courts, and Congress eventually provided more.
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