Arthur Braswell is pursuing his doctorate in history, with broad interests in the relationship between the Cold War, U.S. domestic policy, the black freedom struggle, and the notion of a modernizing South in the twentieth century. Particularly, he is concerned with the ways that postwar social movements as well as the state (federal as well as local) accumulated and transmitted bodies of strategic knowledge about how to achieve their visions of a more liberal society.
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