Hackney uses quantitative analysis of homicide data to establish beyond doubt for the first time that the South has long been more violent, and that there is a cultural component of that violence that exists beyond the usual social predictors of higher homicide rates in the United States. He muses over the failure of the usual social predictors of votes for the Democratic Party to predict the party's performance in the region.q--BOOK JACKET.The American South From Regional Confederacy To National Integration Sheldon Hackney ... and Rembert W. Patrick, eds., Writing Southern History: Essays in Historiography in Honor of Fletcher M Green (Baton Rouge, La., 1965), 321-26. 3.
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