This vigorous and concise history combines clarity of approach with
keen insights on the patterns of South Carolina politics,
agriculture, industry, education, transportation, and race
relations. Lander's study gathers the manifold developments of the
state's last hundred years into specific problem areas with a
perceptive eye for contrast and implication.
Originally published in 1960.
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