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by Paul M. Gaston
A Study in Southern Mythmaking. The New South Creed has stood the test of time as a historical interpretation.
A Study in Southern Mythmaking. with a new afterword by the author and a new introduction by. Robert Jefferson Norrell. Also by Paul M. Gaston. Since 1970, the important books that have covered much of the same territory either build upon the ideas in The New South Creed or they take up topics well removed from the main questions of economic development, political action, and human relations that occupied Woodward and then Gaston.
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I myself can say that I bought mine when the book first came out in 1970, when I was still an undergraduate; alas, I've long since lost track of the price. As Gaston himself acknowledges, the dissertation on which the book is based was inspired by Woodward's chapter "The Divided Mind of the New South" in Origins of the New South, and the central figures of that chapter are the figures Gaston chose to consider.
The New South Creed book. In spite of these men and their efforts, their dream of a New South joined the Antebellum illusion as a genuine social myth, with a controlling power over the way in which their followers, in both North and South, perceived reality.
Paul Gaston was born and reared in Fairhope, Alabama, about which he has written two books. He is also the author of The New South Creed, winner of the Lillian Smith Award for distinguished writing about the South
Paul Gaston was born and reared in Fairhope, Alabama, about which he has written two books. He is also the author of The New South Creed, winner of the Lillian Smith Award for distinguished writing about the South. He is a past president of the Southern Regional Council and has been a frequent visitor in South Africa, both before and after the fall of apartheid.
Wishful thinking and calculated opportunism""-the New South Creed as. .
Wishful thinking and calculated opportunism""-the New South Creed as reconstructed from primary sources.
First published in 1970, The New South Creed has lost none of its usefulness to anyone examining the dream of a new South - prosperous, powerful, racially harmonious - that developed in the three decades after the Civil War, and the transformation of that dream into widely accepted myths, shielding and perpetuating a conservative, racist society.
ISSN: 2153-2109 Print ISSN: 0031-4528.
Paul M. Gaston for The New South Creed: A Study in Southern Mythmaking, Alfred A. Knopf. John C. Inscoe, for Writing the South Through the Self: Explorations in Southern Autobiography, University of Georgia Press. Anthony Dunbar for Our Land, Too, Pantheon Books. Randal Maurice Jelks, for Benjamin Elijah Mays, Schoolmaster of the Movement: a Biography, University of North Carolina Press.