SOURCE: Made By History at the Washington Post
by Keith Orejel
The recent Census results and ensuing reapportionment are part of a decades-old process initiated by New Deal and World War II era policies that encouraged economic development in the South and reshaped American demographics and political economy.
SOURCE: Facing South
by Olivia Paschal
By overriding state "right to work" laws and allowing unions to collect the equivalent of dues from non-members, the PRO Act passed by the House would undo a political movement that both squelched labor organizing in the South and maintained white supremacy.
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