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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
" 'Jack Turnerism': A Political Phenomenon of the Deep South," by
William Warren Rogers and Robert David Ward, The Journal of
Negro History (October, 1972). Notes the impact the lynching of a
former slave made on an Alabama congressional race in 1882.
"Professional Rural Social Work in America," by Merwin Swanson,
Agricultural History (October, 1972). Affords insight into the history
and particular problems of rural social work.
"Nineteenth Century Woman's Rights Movement: Black and White,"
by Elizabeth Kolmer, Negro History Bulletin (December, 1972). Illus-
trates the role played by Negro women in the women's suffrage move-
"Plight of the Migrant Worker," by Tina Mora, The Texas Historian
(January, 1973). Comments on the conditions under which most mi-
grant workers live and work.
"Mexican Repatriation Statistics: Some Suggested Alternatives to
Carey McWilliams," by Abraham Hoffman, The Western Historical
Quarterly (October, 1972). Discusses the complicated factors involved
in the return of many Mexican immigrants to Mexico during the
"Voodoo in New Orleans," by Blake Touchstone, Louisiana History
(Fall, 1972). Examines the history and practices of black magic in the
"The Army and the Civilian Conservation Corps, 1933-42," by
Charles W. Johnson, Prologue (Fall, 1972). Looks into the army's role
in administering the CCC, and the conflicts which arose because of this
use of the military.
"Three Stages of American Automobile Consciousness," by James J.
Flink, American Quarterly (October, 1972). Studies the overwhelming
impact that the automobile has had on American life.
"Contributions of Mexican Texans to Texas History," by Laura
McCulley, The Texas Historian (January, 1973) . Surveys the men of
Mexican heritage who helped Texas fight for independence from
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