National Affairs: Kent on the South

"The most interesting part of the United States today is the South. There is not the slightest doubt of that. . . . The growth here is greater than anywhere else; the changes are more vital and rapid; the tides of industry, agriculture and population are set in this direction; the real development is down in Dixie, not out in the West. It is plain as can be that in some more or less distant day the weight of wealth that has so long enabled East and North to dominate the rest of...

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