Unformatted text preview: was really repressed during the after war years, and a culture came about to keep it as is till the south can rise again. It persists here in language and innuendos. In the deep south, it probably persists in social circles, housing, etc. I really don’t think slavery did so much as influencing, as did the social structure in reconstruction influenced the evolution today....
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- Sociology, American Civil War, Southern United States, glass escalators, glass ceilings