South Carolina

The Deep South: Geography as a Risk Factor

Red America forms a thick, inland L in the flat midsection of our country, bordered as much by geography as by political preference. The Rocky Mountains and Mississippi River shepherd the younger constituents of this conservative nation-within-a-nation down towards the… Read More ›

Southern Discomforts

by Drew Gibson My interest piqued this morning when I saw a link to a BBC News Magazine article on the current fiscal crisis in Europe with the sub-header: “Lessons from US history for the crisis-hit eurozone.” I assumed the… Read More ›