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>Does anyone know of a work that describes and/or analyzes the "Mississippi >Plan" of 1875? The so-called "taxpayers revolt" of 1875 under which the conservative Democrats used violence to undermine the Republican administration of Adelbert Ames is covered in William C. Harris's _The Day of the Carpetbagger : Republican Reconstruction in Mississippi_ (LSU: 1979). -- Louis M. Kyriakoudes, Ph.D. Associate Professor of History University of Southern Mississippi