Scholars and observers of the South have long predicted that southern identity would soon go the way of the dodo bird. In this chapter we discuss the reasons for this prediction and lay out the central argument of this book: despite the physical manifestations of modernization, people still find a reason to connect to the South and to identify as southerners.
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