Billy Graham and the Rise of the Republican South considers the critical role the famous evangelist played in creating the modern American South. Author Steven P. Miller treats Graham as a serious actor and a powerful transitional symbol—an evangelist, first and foremost, but also a profoundly political figure.
2009 | 320 pages | Cloth $49.95 | Paper $24.95
American History / Biography / Political Science
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Table of Contents
Introduction. Billy Graham's New South
Chapter one. ''No Segregation at the Altar''
Chapter two. Evangelical Universalism in the Post-Brown South
Chapter three. The Politics of Decency
Chapter four. ''Another Kind of March''
Chapter five. Billy Graham's Southern Strategy
Chapter six. Crusading for the Sunbelt South
Chapter seven. ''Before the Water Gate''
Epilogue. Billy Graham and American Conservatism