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Table of Contents
|"Petticoat" historians : the foundation of Oklahoma social history||p. 3|
|Three Oklahoma women||p. 23|
|Black Oklahomans : an essay on the quest for freedom||p. 36|
|Oklahoma city and the origins of the modern direct action movement||p. 52|
|Joseph Bruner and the American Indian federation : an alternative view of Indian rights||p. 63|
|Getting along : Woody Guthrie and Oklahoma's red dirt musicians||p. 87|
|Vietnam veterans against the war : one Oklahoman's experience||p. 113|
|Nonviolent civil disobedience in Oklahoma : the campaign against nuclear power||p. 122|
|Under the rainbow : the search for GLBT equality in Oklahoma||p. 134|
|Oklahoma poverty, religion, and politics : lessons from economic history||p. 153|
|Unraveling the mystery of freedom-prosperity inconsistency in Oklahoma||p. 170|
|A liberal Presbyterian in the Oklahoma Bible belt||p. 195|
|Tulsa : a divinely inspired city||p. 211|
|Growing up Okie - and radical||p. 220|
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