Editing the South, Part II

Home Correspondence Editing the South, Part II

Last fall Howell Raines griped amusingly in The New York Times Book Review about "the Southern Living disease," an affliction that leads Southerners to depict their region "as one endless festival of barbecue, boiled shrimp, football Saturdays, and good old Nashville music." The three million . . .

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