restricted access   Volume 54, Number 1, Fall 2016

Table of Contents

William F. Winter

Guest Editor: James G. Thomas, Jr.

Guest Editor’s Introduction

pp. 6-13

In His Own Words

“We Really Are in This Together”: A Conversation with William Winter

pp. 14-28

In Public Service

Good Cop, Bad Cop: Segregationist Strategies and Democratic Party Politics in Mississippi, 1948–1960

pp. 29-52

You’ll Be the Winner When You Vote for William Winter!

pp. 54-62

Governor William Winter and the Clarion-Ledger: A Symbiotic Relationship during the Adoption of the 1982 Education Reform Act*

pp. 63-79

Elise Winter: A New Kind of First Lady*

pp. 80-96

Community Involvement

William F. Winter: The Politician as Historian

pp. 97-115

Giving Shape and Substance to Our Society: William F. Winter, Leadership, and the Mississippi Department of Archives and History*

pp. 116-137

William Winter’s Pivotal Roles in the Natchez Literary and Cinema Celebration

pp. 138-149

“We Were All Prisoners of the System”: William Winter, Susan Glisson, and the Founding of the William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation

pp. 150-169

Book Reviews

William Winter and the New Mississippi: A Biography by Charles C. Bolton (review)

pp. 170-174

Once in a Lifetime: Reflections of a First Lady by Elise Varner Winter (review)

pp. 175-177

Notes on Contributors

pp. 178-179