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Excerpt from "Who owns the Southern Media?": The Raleigh News & Observer (N&O) is one of the South's best newspapers. Its reporters are among the most skilled in their profession. They have been honored with the highest awards in journalism... More...
How the South is Winning the Civil War. Once upon a time, when Southern politicians talked states' rights, anti-big-government, and anti-tax, mainstream politicians dismissed them as reactionary extremists. Most citizens counted on the federal... More...
Excerpt from the Cover Story: The abolitionist movement was one of the great progressive reform efforts in United States history. As one of its most able speakers, Frederick Douglass was the answer to the abolitionists' prayers. An escaped... More...
  Each year Southern Exposure and our publisher, the Institute for Southern Studies, honor reporters whose stories broaden the range of issues, voices, and sources in the region's daily newspapers. By asking tough, often imaginative... More...
This winter's issue pursues some of the loose ends left dangling by the mainstream media and its sound-byte attention span. Donald Wildmon and the Helms attack on the NEA haven't been headline news in nearly seven years. But Pat Arnow finds... More...
Excerpt from The Executive Summary of The Report: KEY FINDINGS: The following are the key findings of a recently completed four-year study of community economic development (CED) activity in the Southern region, entitled Development with Dignity,... More...
Excerpt from The Cover Story: "Save the Children." "Save our Youth." Few slogans have been as used or misused. Senator Bob Dole, a Presidential candidate, uses the slogan to crusade against Hollywood and to run for higher office. C. Delores Tucker... More...
Excerpt from the Cover Section:  What is it about the South? No other region of the United States attracts so much scrutiny and study, so much celebration and derision, so much media hype and misperception. Recent elections, pitting Bill Clinton and... More...
Excerpt from Cover Story: Last summer my neighbors dolefully watched as Oglethorpe Power carved up a piece of their property for a high-voltage power line. With the power of eminent domain behind them, this private company purchased lands from their... More...
Table of Contents: White Gold - p.10 Lulu's Story - p.54 "A New Day in Dixie" - p.16 Taking Stock - p.28 Losing Our Shirts - p.32 Diary of an Organizer - p.36 Sewing History - p.42 Excerpt from "A New Day in Dixie": One... More...