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Glen Browder: How Serious Is the Current Plight of "Southern Democracy"?

Fundamentally, we are looking at a transformed Southern political system dominated by the Republican Party, particularly in the deep South. Southern Democrats would be well-served to do some sober thinking about their predicament in a still-reddening political environment.
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