Military Education and the Emerging Middle Class in the Old South

@inproceedings{Green2008MilitaryEA,
  title={Military Education and the Emerging Middle Class in the Old South},
  author={Jennifer Green},
  year={2008}
}
1. Introducing the emerging southern middle class 2. 'The advantage of a collegiate education': military education funding 3. 'Your duty as citizens and soldiers': military education discipline and duty 4. 'Honor as a man': manhood and the cultural values of the emerging southern middle class 5. 'Practical progress is the watchword': military education curriculum 6. Professions and status: middle-class alumni stability and mobility 7. Networks of miltary educators 8. Classifying the middle… 

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