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by Brian M. 1935- Du Toit
Author: Brian M. 1935- Du Toit
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (November 11, 2004)
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Du Bois lists a number of books and writers that he believed misrepresented the Reconstruction period. Scholarship in the 1970s and 1980s tempered some of these claims by highlighting continuities in the political goals of white politicians before and during Reconstruction.
Du Bois lists a number of books and writers that he believed misrepresented the Reconstruction period. He identified those he believed were particularly racist or ill-informed works. Du Bois thought that certain historians were maintaining the "southern white fairytale" instead of accurately chronicling the events and key figures of Reconstruction.