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Unformatted text preview: Gibbs Knotts, “Region, Race, and Support for the South Carolina Confederate Flag,” Social Science Quarterly 87 (2006): 142–154; Beth Reingold and Richard A. Wike, “Confederate Symbols, Southern Identity, and Racial Attitudes: The Case of the Georgia State Flag,” Social Science Quarterly 79 (1998): 568–580; We determine the level of conservatism in the state using scores from Robert S. Erikson, Gerald C. Wright, and John P. McIver, “Public Opinion in the States: A Quarter Century of Change and Stability,” in Public Opinion in State Politics, ed. Jeffrey Cohen (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2006), 229–253...
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