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From the Publisher"Remarkably well done, a worthwhile endeavor deserving of the praise it is certain to elicit."
—The Alabama Review
"Walker's impressive essay succinctly moves from colonial and antebellum planters, yeomen, and slaves to postwar tenancy, boll weevils, and government programs before concluding with the rise of agribusiness in recent decades. . . . Researchers of southern culture will find this volume a useful starting point."
—West Virginia History
"Excellent. . . . A volume both handy to consult and enjoyable to read."
— North Carolina Historical Review