THE ONLY NON-RACIST HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA: THE UNITED STATES AS THE SOUTH

                                                                                         

Patrick Louis Cooney, Ph. D.

 

 

                                                                                              email: plc47@optonline.net

This is the only work that adequately explains the political and social system of the United States, and it's political cycles. It does so by seeing racism as a structural problem within the United States.   Copyright: 1994.

PREFACE

INTRODUCTION

PART I.  THEORETICAL UNDERSTANDINGS OF THE UNITED STATES

CHAPTER 1.  COMPLIMENTARY THEORIES

CHAPTER 2. CRITICAL THEORIES

CHAPTER 3.  THE NATURE OF THE SOUTH

CHAPTER 4. THE UNITED STATES AS THE SOUTH

CHAPTER 5.  THE AMERICAN POLITICAL MODEL

CHAPTER 6.  COMBINING CONFLICT AND CONSENSUS THEORIES:  BLACK AND WHITE RESISTANCE TO THE FATHER OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT, THE REV. VERNON JOHNS

CHAPTER 7.  THE IMPACT OF RACISM ON AMERICAN CULTURE AND VALUES

PART II. THE DEVELOPMENT OF AMERICAN CULTURE: RACISM, LAISSEZ-FAIRE CAPITALISM, AND PURITANICAL MORALISM

CHAPTER 8.  THE PROTESTANT REFORMATION AND ITS AFTERMATH

CHAPTER 9.  SETTLEMENT PERIOD:  THREE DIFFERENT REGIONS WITH DIFFERENT RELIGIOUS AND ECONOMIC TRADITIONS

CHAPTER 10.  THE IMPACT OF RACISM ON THE SOCIAL STRUCTURE OF THE THIRTEEN COLONIES

CHAPTER 11.  THE SOFTENING OF PURITANISM:  PREREQUISITE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN AMERICAN CULTURE

CHAPTER 12.  BENJAMIN FRANKLIN AND THE CODIFICATION OF AMERICAN CULTURE

PART III. THE DEVELOPMENT OF A WEAK AND INEFFECTIVE GOVERNMENT: THE TRIUMPH OF THE WHITE MIDDLE CLASS IN AMERICAN POLITICS

CHAPTER 13.  THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION

CHAPTER 14. THE FEDERAL PERIOD

CHAPTER 15.  A VAIN ATTEMPT TO THWART THE WHITE MIDDLE CLASS:  JEFFERSONIAN RESISTANCE

CHAPTER 16.  THE TRIUMPH OF THE WHITE MIDDLE CLASS: THE JACKSONIAN REVOLUTION

PART IV. THE FIVE INCOMPLETE EXTENSIONS OF EQUALITY

CHAPTER 17.  THE FIRST EXTENSION OF EQUALITY:  CIVIL WAR AND THE ABOLITION OF SLAVERY

CHAPTER 18.  CONSERVATIVE REACTION:  THE FIRST RECONSTRUCTION

CHAPTER 19.  POPULISM AND THE PUNISHMENT OF BLACKS

CHAPTER 20.  THE SECOND EXTENSION OF EQUALITY:  THE PROGRESSIVE ERA

CHAPTER 21.  THE THIRD EXTENSION OF EQUALITY:  WOMAN SUFFRAGE

CHAPTER 22.  W.E.B. DU BOIS AND THE REVOLT AGAINST BOOKER T. WASHINGTON

CHAPTER 23.  THE CONSERVATIVE REACTION TO PROGRESSIVISM

CHAPTER 24.  THE FOURTH EXTENSION OF EQUALITY:  THE GREAT DEPRESSION AND THE WELFARE STATE

CHAPTER 25.  CONSERVATIVE RESURGENCE AFTER THE FDR PERIOD

CHAPTER 26.  THE FIFTH EXTENSION OF EQUALITY: THE SECOND CIVIL WAR AND THE DESTRUCTION OF THE SOUTHERN APARTHEID SYSTEM

CHAPTER 27.  THE SECOND RECONSTRUCTION

PART V. THE CONSERVATIVE REACTION

CHAPTER 28.  THE DEFEAT OF THE SECOND POPULISM

CHAPTER 29.  THE ROLE OF MULTICULTURALISM IN ESTABLISHING A NEW SEPARATE BUT EQUAL SYSTEM OF SEGREGATION

CHAPTER 30.  SOUTHERNIZATION OF THE UNITED STATES:  DIXIE LOSES THE WAR BUT WINS THE PEACE

CHAPTER 31.  SUGGESTED CHANGES

BIBLIOGRAPHY

DEDICATED TO:

VERNON JOHNS

Copyright 1994

Revised 1998. All rights reserved. No part of this work may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, without permission in writing from the publisher.

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