The Enduring South

The Enduring South

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First published in 1972, The Enduring South challenges the conventional wisdom that economic development, urbanization, and the end of racial segregation spelled the end of a distinctive Southern culture. In this new edition, John Reed updates the public opinion data to the 1980s and reinforces the book's original conclusions: Southerners are different and are likely to stay that way.The notes to each chapter 1following this bibliography) will give some guidance to readers who wish to locate works which ... good introduction for the non- professional reader to the conceptual and methodological underpinnings of studies like this one. ... The sketchy treatment given the work of economists, political scientists, demographers, and human ecologists reflects a ... 3-10; or that in Alfred 0. Heroanbsp;...

Title:The Enduring South
Author: John Shelton Reed
Publisher:UNC Press Books - 1986-01

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