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The Idea of the American South: 1920-1941

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Between the wars, the South was not only different but, as Dr. O'Brien shows, felt itself to be so. His book focuses on the thinking of those Southern intellectuals who attempted in different ways to single out the essentials of Southernism.
Paperback, 304 pages
Published February 19th 1990 by Johns Hopkins University Press
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Michael O'Brien is professor of American intellectual history at the University of Cambridge.
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