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Delesseps S. Morrison and the Image of Reform

Edward Haas

Delesseps S. Morrison and the Image of Reform

New Orleans Politics 1946-1961

by Edward Haas

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Published by Louisiana State University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Politics - Current Events,
  • Morrison, deLesseps S.,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Political Process - General,
  • Politics and government,
  • Morrison, deLesseps S,
  • (deLesseps Story),,
  • 1912-1964,
  • New Orleans (La.)

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages368
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7945435M
    ISBN 100807113492
    ISBN 109780807113493
    OCLC/WorldCa16619212

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      Liberal‐to‐Moderate Image. in some circles to the late deLesseps S. Morrison, the city's famous eform Mayor of the 's and 's. of . (Morrison's individual share of the Evangeline vote was 37 percent, a respectable showing against the ever-resourceful and popular Long, and considering that three other candidates were in the race.) 2 As in , Earl Long had again won handsomely statewide, but had to contend with an even stronger "reform" vote in the Evangeline region than.

      And Nagin's reform image lost considerable luster during his second term, when, in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, several patronage scandals surfaced, one of which led to the guilty plea of Greg. He is the author of DeLesseps S. Morrison and the Image of Reform: New Orleans Politics, – (LSU Press, ), Political Leadership in a Southern City: New Orleans in the Progressive Era, – (McGinty, ), and Louisiana: A History (with Judith K. Schafer et al., Harlan Davidson, ). Haas is the editor of Louisiana’s.


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Morrison ran three primary. The reform coalition began a desperate search for a replacement candidate, and only six days later emerged with Colonel deLesseps Morrison, a returning Army veteran and state representative for the city's Twelfth Ward who was allied with former reform governor Sam H.

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Morrison and the Image of Reform: New Orleans Politics, – and Political Leadership in a Southern City: New Orleans in the Progressive Era, – deLesseps Story Morrison, Sr., known as Chep Morrison (Janu – ), was an American attorney and politician, who was the 54th mayor of New Orleans, Louisiana from to He then served as an appointee of U.S.

President John F. Kennedy as the United States ambassador to the Organization of American States between and Edward F. Haas, Ph.D., is professor of history at Wright State University and the author of numerous books on Louisiana and New Orleans, including Delesseps S. Morrison and the Image of Reform: New Orleans Politics, and Political Leadership in a Southern City: New Orleans in the Progressive Era.

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EDWARD F. HAAS, Centerville, Ohio, is professor of history at Wright State University and the author of numerous books on Louisiana and New Orleans, including Delesseps S. Morrison and the Image of Reform: New Orleans Politics, and Political Leadership in a Southern City: New Orleans in the Progressive Era.

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