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  • Q&A: Edward Miller, author of ‘Nut Country: Right-wing Dallas and the Birth of the Southern Strategy’

    The Dallas Morning News - 09/08/2015

    It’s no secret that the Republican Party’s rise in the South went hand in glove with the rise of the civil rights movement and desegregation. But historian and Northeastern University professor Edward H. Miller argues in his new book, “Nut Country: Right-wing Dallas and the Birth of the Southern Strategy,” that Big D was the epicenter of an ultraconservatism that echoes to this day. In a book that recalls many familiar names in our city’s history, Miller takes on the history that led to Dallas’ being labeled “the City of Hate.”

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