A defender of southern conservatism : M.E. Bradford and his achievements /
edited by Clyde N. Wilson.
Columbia : University of Missouri Press, c1999.
vii, 193 p. ; 25 cm.
0826212085 (alk. paper)
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Columbia : University of Missouri Press, c1999.
0826212085 (alk. paper)
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 152-185) and index.
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Table of Contents
Lost Causes Regained: The Achievements of M. E. Bradfordp. 1
The Education of Mel Bradford: The Vanderbilt Yearsp. 7
The Man of Letters and the Faithful Heartp. 17
Walking the Levee with Mel Bradfordp. 35
M. E. Bradford and the Moral Imaginationp. 58
M. E. Bradford's Historical Visionp. 78
M. E. Bradford's Constitutional Theory: A Southern Reactionary's Affirmation of the Rule of Lawp. 92
All the Precious Things: M. E. Bradford and the Agrarian Traditionp. 130
The Southern Cato in an Empire of Lettersp. 143
An M. E. Bradford Checklistp. 152
Notes on Contributorsp. 187
Indexp. 189
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