The South in continuity and change
Southern Sociological Society (U.S.), Duke University. Center for Southern Studies in the Social Sciences and the Humanities
Duke University Press, 1965 - Southern States - 511 pages
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THE CHANGING REGIONAL CHARACTER OF THE SOUTH H H Wins
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