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  • Reflections on Southern Intellectuals
  • Richard H. King (bio)
Richard H. King

Richard H. King is professor of American Studies at the University of Nottingham. King is the author of Civil Rights and the Idea of Freedom and A Southern Renaissance: The Cultural Awakening of the American South, 1930-1955.


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