By Clarence Cason
Illustrated via J. Edward Rice, with an creation via Wayne Flynt
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But in the South it is a scientific fact, if a continuous observation of the phenomenon can be accepted as scientific evidence, that cows in the pasture do not face the same way; and it is an economic fact, so well established as to need no proof, that the farmers themselves are by no means going in the same direction. One's social status can be loosely measured in terms of the inverse ratio of the number of hours spent at the mercy of the July sun. Not even the bearing of General Johnson's industrial codes upon the South, particularly with respect to the wage differentials, has given southerners as much of a feeling of regional consciousness as have the various federal programs relating to cotton.
The Negro has had almost as much as the sunshine to do with conditioning the lives of the white people of the region. Page 17 of these affidavits is one signed by a Presbyterian minister who declared that $115 was paid by the janitor of his church on a loan of $30 of one year's standing. Almost at will, the lenders are able to seize the collateral named in promissory notes. Therefore the alert junior chamber of commerce sought to correct these embarrassing complications in the local trade. Stribling was awarded the Pulitzer prize for fiction in 1933.
But these, after all, are matters for the experts. 5. Or, in case he gives up and moves away to a cotton mill village, what has the regional sense of right and wrong to say about what happens to him there? The suggestion that problems below the Potomac might enlist their sense of moral responsibility would impress them as a doublejointed heresy. While these individuals revere the Old South for the beauty and the charm which it undoubtedly once possessed in certain areas, they find that they cannot always escape a disagreeable present by relying upon mental flights into the past.
90s in the shade by Clarence Cason