e-Book The Unexpected Exodus: How the Cold War Displaced One Southern Town (Southern Classics) epub downloadAuthor: Louise Cassels,Kari Frederickson
Pages: 146 pages
Publisher: University of South Carolina Press; Edition Unstated edition (August 7, 2007)
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e-Book The Unexpected Exodus: How the Cold War Displaced One Southern Town (Southern Classics) epub download
by Louise Cassels,Kari Frederickson
The Unexpected Exodus
The Unexpected Exodus. How the Cold War Displaced One Southern Town. Kari Frederickson is an associate professor of history and director of the Frances S. Summersell Center for the Study of the South at the Uni-versity of Alabama.
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Louise Cassels touches on such enduring historical themes as southerners' sense of place and antipathy toward the federal government as she struggles to maintain equilibrium through life-changing circumstances. Throughout the text her extreme pride and patriotism are set against profound feelings of bitterness and loss. Detailing the period of evacuation and resettlement from 1950 to 1952, The Unexpected Exodus recalls in words and pictures the dramatic personal consequences of the cold war on the American South through the narrative of one uprooted family.
Kari Frederickson shows how the needs of the expanding national security state, in combination with the corporate culture of DuPont, transformed the economy, landscape, social relations, and politics of this corner of the South. The SRP's story is notably dramatic; however, Frederickson argues, it is far from unique.
The Unexpected Exodus. How the Cold War Displaced One Southern Town (Southern Classics Series). Published September 30, 2007 by University of South Carolina Press.
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