The Scott’s rural progressivism helped set North Carolina on a more moderate course than most of the South. But the sixties and seventies blunted that progressivism. The reasons included a white backlash to school integration, social unrest, the rise of the middle class, the decline of farming, and the difficulty in holding together black/white coalitions.
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