by Fr. James Thornton
of life still embraced positive attitudes about family life, religious truths, a sense of community, a sense of honor, individual liberty, and certain other special characteristics that evoke the flavor of an earlier age in American history.
Wallace's efforts in the national political arena, before he was cut down by a would-be assassin, pointed to something that has long been recognized: The cultural underpinnings of the American South are in a number of respects different from those of their non-Southern compatriots.
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