Publication Information: Published quarterly by the Institute for Southern Studies, Atlanta, Georgia.
Additional Information: Issues have 96, 100, and 226 pages in the double issue. Original covers are also on the issues. Illustrated.
Summary: “Since 1973, the Institute for Southern Studies's journal, Southern Exposure, has gained critical praise for its thorough investigations, unsentimental portraits of Southern life, and resources for change. From their first issue on the military in the South through special book-length issue on the Klan and other issues covering economic development, the Hurricane Katrina recovery, the nuclear industry, and regional theater, the magazine has remained in demand among organizers and trainers. Many back issues are now considered standard resources for classrooms and workshops.” Some of the areas the articles cover are economy, education, environment, history, human rights, culture, demographics and politics. The magazine went out-of-print in 2011.
Regular departments (may not be in every issue) include Book Reviews, Charts, Resources. Feature articles include:
• Violence and Genocide – Julian Bond & leah Wise
• On the Military Interview with Walter Collins
• Whitewash – Henry Durham
• The Situation – Howard Romaine
• Buying Death Power – Robert Sherrill interviews Les Aspin & William Proxmire
• Converting the War Machine – Derek Shearer
• Pentagon Drop-outs: Book Review – Bob Hall
• Special Supplement: Southern Militarism, State Profiles.
• The Sunshine Syndicate Behind Watergate – Kirkpatrick Sale
• The Split / Level Energy Crisis – James Ridgeway
• The South: A Colony at Home – Joseph Persky
• Florida: Love It or Sell It – Steve Cummings
• Special Report From Appalachia: Paradise Lost – James Branscome & In Appalachia: Property is Theft – John Gaventa
• Taking Back Power – Joseph Hughes
• Investigating Your Local Utility – Bob Hall
• Sharecropper Organizing: The Southern Tenant Farmers’ Union – Sue Thrasher & Leah Wise; The Elaine Massacre – Leah Wise; In Egypt Land – John Beecher
• Claude and Joyce Williams: Pilgrims of Justice – Mark Naison
• History: White, Negro and Black – Vincent Harding
• UAW Sitdown Strike: Atlanta, 1936 – Neill Herring & Sue Thrasher
• Oral History of Slavery – Ken Lawrence
• The Knoxville Race Riot of 1919 – Chuck Hunter, Tony Weaver, Mike Wells & Darryl Hunter. Edited & with introduction by Bill Murrah
• Llano Cooperative Colony – Bill Murrah
• East Tennessee Coal Mining Battles: Strikes at Davidson and Wilder – Fran Ansley & Brenda Bell; “Little David Blues” and Interview with Tom Lowry – Fran Ansley, Brenda Bell & Florence Reece; Miners Insurrections / Convict Labor – Interviews by James A. Dombrowski & Grace Roberts. Edited & with current interviews by Fran Ansley & Brenda Bell
• Zora Neale Hurston: A Profile – Larry Neal
• World War II Reflected in Songs – Bernice Reagon
• Gastonia 1929: Strike at the Loray Mill – Vera Buch Weisbord. Edited & with introduction by Carolyn Ashbaugh & Dan McCurry
• Farm Security Administration Photographs
Condition: Hardcover, Ex-lib – usual stamps and marks, covers show slight wear and light soiling. Text is sound and clean. Overall good plus.
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