From the end of WWII to the present day, Georgia is surveyed through its role in the Cold War and Civil Rights movement, along with the state’s modernization and growth--from the political sphere to the economic.
Chapter 19: Georgia Moves Into the Modern Era
Chapter 20: The Civil Rights Movement
Chapter 21: Georgia’s New Place in the Sun
Chapter 22: Georgia’s Cultural Heritage
As the last colony to join the rebellion against Great Britain, due in part to its heavy reliance on maritime trade, Georgia’s entry into the American revolution was a complicated affair. Governors were installed and removed, cities fell and were liberated, and the burgeoning backcountry involvement played out more like a civil war than an independence movement.
A closer look at Georgia’s state and local governments is offered, detailing the role, organization, and powers of each of the three branches of government.
Here you will learn why if you want a job done right, you probably should NOT do it yourself. At least, you shouldn't do every job yourself.