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Politics in the American South, Part 2 of 2

John Hope Franklin, Dewey Grantham, William Havard, and Edwin Yoder consider the extent to which politics in the American South is a peculiar expression of society. How has the shape of southern politics evolved in the mid-twentieth century, and with … Continue reading

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Politics in the American South, Part 1 of 2

Dewey Grantham,¬†William Havard, George Tindall, and Edwin Yoder talk about the origins and shape of politics in the American South, saying that the region provides rich sources for scholarship and social criticism. In the first of two discussions for Soundings, … Continue reading

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