The Journal of Southern History, Volume 60, Number 1 (February 1994)
Soft Cover, Fort Worth, TX: Southern Historical Association, 1994. Very Good with no dust jacket.
Sound binding. Clean, bright pages. Wrappers have slight handling wear, and there is minor soiling to the edges of pages (visible only when closed). Contents: Franklin, Black Southerners, shared experience, and place: a reflection. Ford, Inventing the concurrent majority: Madison, Calhoun, and the problem of majoritarianism in American political thought. Holmes, The Southern Farmers' Alliance and the jute cartel. Wright, The aftermath of the General Textile Strike: managers and the workplace at Burlington Mills. Book reviews, historical news and notices. 9.25" tall; 199 pages.