Righteous indignation : religion and the populist revolution /
University of Illinois Press,
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- Section I: Evangelical establishment
- An established antiestablishmentarianism : nineteenth-century North Carolina evangelicalism
- Men and machines : freedom, conformity, and the complexities of Southern Evangelical thought
- Section II: The voice of God in the Alliance Whirlwind
- The Alliance Vorzeit
- Religion and the rise of the Farmers' Alliance
- Section III: Vox populi, vox Dei
- "Pure democracy and white supremacy" : the Democratic Party and the Farmers' Alliance
- Crossing the Rubicon : the Populist Revolt of 1892
- Religion and the Populist Revolt
- Victory, defeat, and disfranchisement, 1893-98
- Epilogue: the end of an era, the end of a dream.