Dixie Rising: How the South is Shaping American Values, Politics, and Culture
In "one of the best portrayals of the South in years" ("Washington Post Book World"), Applebome's forays take him to catfish farms and new casinos, to country music festivals, neo-Confederate gatherings, and into the very heart of the controversy over the flying of the Confederate flag, as he separates the myths from the realities.
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DIXIE RISING: How the South Is Shaping American Values, Politics, and CultureUser Review - Kirkus
Cogent political and cultural reportage proves a strikingly simple, if seemingly incongruous, theorem: With the rise of the so- called ``New South,'' the nation has come to resemble the region, not ... Read full review
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Since the 1970s, a persistent theme in both academic and journalistic writing on the American South has been the presumed "convergence" of the politics and culture of the South with those of the non ... Read full review