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A roar of laughter from all gathered around followed this bit of advice. " 76 He sold the ice, meat, and other products by their actual weight. "77 Apparently, neither threats nor punishments could weaken his commitment to justice. The regular army colonel in charge of Page 44 the ROTC unit reported him to the administration, and East received an automatic oneweek suspension. 80 During the 1920s and 1930s, when military drilling lost favor throughout much of the country, it remained popular in the South,81 much to East's chagrin.
Newby, The South, 361. Francis Butler Simkins, Pitchfork Ben Tillman: South Carolinian (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1944), 485. Newby, The South, 363; Williams, Romance and Realism, 263–64. Williams, Romance and Realism, 63–64; Tindall, Emergence of the New South, 32. Sosna, Silent South, 12–13. Sosna, Silent South, 14; Charles Flint Kellogg, NAACP: A History of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 1909–1916 (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1967), 216.
For an opposing point of view see Richard Abrams, "Woodrow Wilson and the Southern Congressmen, 1913–1916," Journal of Page 26 Southern History 22 (November 1956): 417–37. Newby, The South, 360; Tindall, Emergence of the New South, 18; Woodward, Origins of the New South, 371–72; Kirby, Darkness, 3; Grantham, Democratic South, 53. Newby, The South, 363; Tindall, Emergence of the New South, 20; Williams, Romance and Realism, 58–59; Monroe Lee Billington, The American South (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1971), 324.