White Trash Bibliography

Cash. W.J.  Mind of the South. New York: Knopf, 1941.

Cobb, James C.  "From Muskogee to Luckenbach."  Journal of Popular
     Culture, Winter 1982: 81-91.

Eaton, Clement.  "Class difference in the Old South." Virginia Quarterly
     Review, Summer 1957: 357-370.

Flynt, J. Wayne. Dixie's Forgotten People. Bloomington, IN: Indiana
     University Press, 1979.

Foxworthy, Jeff.  Red Ain't Dead.  Atlanta, GA: Longstreet Press, 1991.

Friend, Tad.  "White, Hot Trash." New York, August 22, 1994: 22-31.

Hackney, Sheldon. "The South as a Counterculture."  American Scholar,
     Spring 1973: 283-293.

Hemphill, Paul. The Good Old Boys. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1974.

Hundley, Daniel R. Social Relations in Our Southern States. Baton Rouge:
     Longstreet Press, 1979.

Kirby, Jack T.  Media-Made Dixie.  Athens, GA: Longstreet Press, 1986.

Levine, Lawrence.  Highbrow/Lowbrow: The Emergence of Cultural
     Hierarchy in America.  Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1988.

Mell, Milfred. "Poor Whites of the South."  Social Forces, Dec. 1938: 153-

Mickler, Ernest M.  White Trash Cooking.  Berkeley, CA: Ten Speed Press,

Newby, I.A.  Plain Folk in the New South. Baton Rouge: LSU Press, 1989.

Owsley, Frank Lawrence. Plain Folk in the Old South.  Baton Rouge: LSU
     Press, 1949.

Roebuck, Julian B. and Mark Hickson, III.  The Southern Redneck.  New
     York: Praeger Publications, 1982.

"The Southern Poor White."  Saturday Review of Literature, XXVI: 13-15.

Weiss, Michael J.  The Clustering of America.  New York: Harper and
Row,      1988.    

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