“A New Style of Southern Journalism”
This chapter explores the role of the magazine Southern Exposure in exposing labor issues in the Southern states. It explains that for more than three decades, the magazine has rallied against corporate excess and its tight plutocratic rule in the South. It adds that there is no other Southern publication that is more vigilant in its support of labor issues than the Southern Exposure.
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