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Glen Browder’s racial politics titles available as ebooks, ahead of Professor-Politician biography

As NewSouth prepares for the October release of journalist Geni Certain’s biography of former Congressman Glen Browder, Professor-Politician, we are proud to release two of Browder’s own books in ebook format: The South’s New Racial Politics: Inside the Race Game of Southern History and Stealth Reconstruction: An Untold Story of Racial Politics in Recent Southern History. Browder is also an ongoing columnist with the Huffington Post “Politics” section

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Glen Browder talks biracial politics at Converse College

Former Alabama Congressman Glen Browder said it was an interest in the role biracial politics played in the civil rights movement that inspired his two books with NewSouth, The South’s New Racial Politics and Stealth Reconstruction. Appearing at Converse College in February alongside his Stealth Reconstruction co-author, North Carolina Central University assistant professor Artemesia Stanberry, Browder discussed the role of these lesser-known civil rights activists and helped lead a dialogue on the future of race relations. The Winston-Salem Journal covered the event …

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Southern Political Report Endorses The South’s New Racial Politics for Course Adoption

Glen Browder’s new book The South’s New Racial Politics received thoughtful praise in a highly positive review from the Southern Political Report. John Tures, Associate Professor of Political Science at LaGrange College, says he will be recommending the book to fellow professors and political science majors in his American Government class, and even students in his interdisciplinary American Experience course, “showing how Browder’s book is written for a wide audience” …

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National Media Lauds Glen Browder’s South’s New Racial Politics

Scholar and politician Glen Browder’s new book,The South’s New Racial Politics: Inside the Race Game of Southern History, is garnering national attention for its insight into modern race relations in southern politics. In a recent article, The Associated Press discusses Browder’s life and work, lauding the book’s take on the current state of southern politics. “What makes this book worthwhile is the combination of the perspectives of the scholar and the politician. It’s a rare combination,” says Larry Sabato, director of the Center for Politics at the University of Virginia …

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