Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for North Carolina Historical Review Vol. 82 Issue 1, Jan 2005
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This article examines the influence of negative campaign literature had on the 1950 Senate primary race between Frank Porter Graham and Willis Smith. Non-aligned political committees who favored Smith issued material that exploited public fear and proved pivotal to Smith's victory in the runoff election.
This article examines the relationship between Confederate identity and conceptions of Christianity, manhood, patriotism, and class in the antebellum South through the wartime diary of North Carolina lawyer and Confederate bureaucrat David Schenck.
This article examines the relationship between social conservatives and the Republican Party in North Carolina during the 1960s. Social conservatives Walter Green, Jr. and James Gardner joined the Republican Party of North Carolina after observing a social liberal leaning in the national Democratic Party. With their support, the Republican run towards conservatism was successful in many North Carolina electoral campaigns.