Preface and Acknowledgments; 1. Looking for a Rainbow in Phenix City; 2. From El Guettar to the University; 3. Praying the Devil Out of Town; 4. The RBA Challenges the Gangsters; 5. Albert Patterson Beats the Mob; 6. Assassins Make a Politician of John Patterson; 7. Trying His Father's Murderers; 8. Bankrupting the Loan Sharks; 9. Playing Cops and Robbers with the Folsomites; 10. Patterson Sets His Sights on Integration; 11. The Montgomery Bus Boycott Changes Alabama Forever; 12. Nobody but the People; 13. Alabama Elects a Boy Governor; 14. Trying to Build a "Better Alabama."
Allowed by the Democratic Party to take his father's place and to complete the elder's goal of cleaning up corruption in his hometown of Phenix City, John Patterson made a young, attractive, and sympathetic candidate. This book details his efforts to clean up his hometown and oppose corruption in the administration of Governor Big Jim Folsom
Includes bibliographical references (pages 229-250) and index
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