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 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
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