The Great Debate

Today’s South is boldly moving backward

By Nelson Lichtenstein
June 18, 2014

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We used to call it the “New South.” That was the era after Reconstruction and before the Civil Rights laws — when the states of the old Confederacy seemed most determined to preserve a social and economic order that encouraged low-wage industrialization as they fought to maintain Jim Crow.

The myth of drug “re-importation”

July 13, 2009

Peter Pitts — Peter J. Pitts is president of the Center for Medicine in the Public Interest and a former FDA associate commissioner. The views expressed are his own. –