Mississippi Praying Hardback
Southern White Evangelicals and the Civil Rights Movement, 1945-1975
by Carolyn Renee Dupont;
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Racial turmoil profoundly destabilized Mississippi's religious communities and turned them into battlegrounds over the issue of black equality. Though Mississippi's evangelicals lost the battle to preserve segregation, they won important struggles to preserve the theology that had sustained the racial hierarchy. Ultimately, this history sheds light on the eventual rise of the religious right by elaborating the connections between the pre- and post-civil rights South. Carolyn Renee Dupont is Assistant Professor of History at Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, KY.
Mississippi Praying by Carolyn Renee Dupont was published by New York University Press in August 2013. The ISBN for Mississippi Praying is 9780814708415.
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|Page last updated||14th October 2016|
|Author / Artist||Carolyn Renee Dupont|
|Publisher||New York University Press (August 2013)|
|Number of Pages||303|