Southern Economy Culture and Politics
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This paper discusses how massive changes that have taken place in the American South are a rich ideological story of the greater nation. The paper discusses social, political and economic change in both isolation from the Northern genesis and also in collaboration with the whole of the nation in building and bridging the ideas and practices of a new nation.
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