Post-Reconstruction Suffrage Restrictions in Tennessee: A New Look at the V. O. Key Thesis
J. Morgan Kousser analyzes suffrage restrictions enacted in post-Reconstruction Tennessee. Although the leading authority on southern politics, the late V.O. Key, Jr., suggested that in many states legal restrictions came after suppression of the black vote had become a fait accompli through violence and social pressure, the Tennessee example shows that the Key thesis may require modification.
Democracy for All: Restoring Immigrant Voting Rights in the United States, Ron Hayduk Reviewed by J. Morgan Kousser
The Road to Redemption: Southern Politics, 1868-1879, Michael Perman Reviewed by J. Morgan Kousser
The Political South in the Twentieth Century, Monroe Lee Billington Reviewed by J. Morgan Kousser
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