The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 80, July 1976 - April, 1977 Page: 440
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
"Little Big Man," by Griffin Smith, Jr., Texas Monthly (January,
1977). Examines John G. Tower's political career.
"Republican Party Development in the South: The Rise of the Con-
tested Primary," by Merle Black and Earl Black, Social Science Quart-
erly (December, 1976). Considers vitality of the Republican primary.
SOCIAL AND INTELLECTUAL HISTORY
"Mythology and the Mind of the New South," by Ray Mathis, The
Georgia Historical Quarterly (Fall, 1976). Proposes that historians ac-
cept the belief in southern distinctiveness and go on from there.
"Class Conflict and Jim Crow Segregation in the Postbellum South,"
by William J. Wilson, Pacific Sociological Review (October, 1976). Con-
siders changing race and class relations.
"Earnings Differentials Between Whites and Ethnic Minorities: The
Cases of Asian Americans, Blacks, and Chicanos," by Robert M. Jiobu,
Sociology and Social Research (October, 1976). Measures differences
and postulates related factors.
"The Railway Station as a Symbol of Urbanization in the South, 1890-
I920" by Keith L. Bryant, Jr., The South Atlantic Quarterly (Autumn,
1976). Chronicles depot building boom.
"The Role of Honor in Southern Society," by Clement Eaton, South-
ern Humanities Review (Bicentennial Issue, 1976). Explores the nature
of antebellum honor.
"Residential Segregation in Southern Cities: 1970," by Wade Clark
Roof, Thomas L. Van Valey, and Daphne Spain, Social Forces (Sep-
tember, I976). Bases conclusions on data from thirty-two cities.
"Zero Population Growth for Texas?" by Dudley L. Poston, Jr., Dis-
covery (December, 1976). Discusses implications of decreasing birth rate.
"Friday Night Heroes," by Geoff Winningham, Texas Monthly (De-
cember, 1976). Explains the significance of football in small-town Texas.
"Extravaganza of the New South: The Cotton States and International
Exposition, 1895," by Sharon M. Mullis, The Atlanta Historical Bulletin
(Fall, 1976). Reviews promotional enterprise.
"Rabbi Henry Cohen and the Galveston Immigration Movement, i907-
1914," by Ronald A. Axelrod, East Texas Historical Journal (Vol. I5, No.
i,) Discusses effort to divert Jewish immigrants from New York City
to the South and West.
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