||Introduction : separation by consent -- A fine discrimination indeed : party politics and white supremacy from emancipation to world war -- Opportunities found and lost : race and politics after world war -- Redefining race : the campaign for racial purity -- Educating citizens or servants? : Hampton Institute and the divided mind of white Virginians -- Little tyrannies and petty skullduggeries -- A melancholy distinction : Virginia's response to lynching -- The erosion of paternalism : confronting the limits of managed race relations -- Travelling in opposite directions -- Too radical for us : the passing of managed race relations -- Epilogue : the making of massive resistance.
|General note||Based on author's thesis (doctoral)--University of Virginia.|
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (p. -395) and index.|
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|ISBN||0807827568 (cloth : alk. paper)|
|ISBN||0807854247 (pbk. : alk. paper)|