Cover for DANIEL: Breaking the Land: The Transformation of Cotton, Tobacco, and Rice Cultures since 1880

Breaking the Land

The Transformation of Cotton, Tobacco, and Rice Cultures since 1880
Awards and Recognition:

Winner of the Herbert Feis Award of the American Historical Association, 1985. Winner of the Charles S. Sydnor Award of the Southern Historical Association, 1985.

"Daniel exposes the human cost of the epic capitalist transformation of cotton culture, as well as the injustices and inadequacies of the federal programs that have governed the lives of southern farmers in all three crops since the New Deal. . . . His book is a major contribution to Southern history."
-- Journal of American History

"A fresh, original, and gracefully written work, enriched by abundant photographs (only a few of them familiar) and carefully wrought maps."
-- Choice

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