From Slave South to New South

From Slave South to New South

Public Policy in Nineteenth-century Georgia

Book - 1987
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Tracing the development of public policy in America, Wallenstein focuses on the southern variant of the national pattern and demonstrates the impact of the Civil War on public policy in Georgia. He relates political power to policy objectives as he draws connections among economic conditions, political conflict, and the social consequences of government actions. In investigating taxes, railroads, schools, and racial regulations, he reveals that prewar, wartime, and postwar patterns varied in significant ways.



Originally published in 1992.



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Publisher: Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, c1987
ISBN: 9780807817179
0807817171
Branch Call Number: HJ384 .W34 1987
Characteristics: xii, 284 p. ; 24 cm

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