A Representative Man

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Even in these dreariest of days in academia, when American history has largely become a plaything for canting ideologues, the Old South continues to attract outstanding talent. Fine books and articles continue to appear, as Clyde Wilson's Carolina Cavalier attests, notwithstanding the pressure from a kind of Gresham's Law.

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