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Since the 1930s a variety of scholars and pundits have lamented the passing of the American South. But, how were-and are-they defining the South? John Shelton Reed, one of the world's foremost scholars of Southern identity, and James Cobb, a distinguished scholar of the region, tackle the question of defining the American South in the 21st century.
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