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Published on: May 1, 2014
Unequally Republican
The Right Wrestles with the Inequality Debate

The bitter rivalry between “establishment” and “Tea Party” Republicans in many southern states today reflects the bitter divisions within the white South that date back to the political battles between the low country plantation owners and the poor white farmers of old Dixie.

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