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Nonfiction: American Apartheid: A Georgia County Drove Out All Its Black Citizens in 1912

Patrick Phillips’s “Blood at the Root” tells the story of how Forsyth County drove out its black residents and stayed white-only for 80 years.
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Patrick Phillips’s first nonfiction book is about a Georgia county that banished all its black citizens in 1912 and was still 99.95 percent white in 1997.


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