Quantity 10 of The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture combines of the sections from the unique variation, including large updates and fifty three completely new articles. within the legislation component of this quantity, sixteen longer essays tackle huge innovations starting from legislations faculties to family members legislations, from exertions family members to varsity prayer. The forty three topical entries concentrate on particular criminal situations and participants, together with old attorneys, events from landmark circumstances, or even the fictitious personality Atticus Finch, highlighting the jobs those members have performed in shaping the identification of the quarter.
The politics part comprises 34 essays on concerns reminiscent of Reconstruction, social category and politics, and immigration coverage. New essays mirror the altering nature of southern politics, clear of the one-party procedure lengthy referred to as the "solid South" to the full of life two-party politics now in play within the area. Seventy shorter topical entries disguise person politicians, political thinkers, and activists who've made major contributions to the shaping of southern politics.
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