Bob Moser

American Prospect

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Native North Carolinian, Executive Editor of the American Prospect and author of Blue Dixie: Awakening the South's Democratic Majority; former editor of the Texas Observer and the Independent Weekly in North Carolina

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Occupy Wall Street's accused of crying, "Wolf."  Weeks of protests failed to move Republicans in Wisconsin. Will it be different in North Carolina?

Can 'Moral Mondays' Change the South?

Occupy Wall Street's accused of crying, "Wolf."  Weeks of protests failed to move Republicans in Wisconsin. Will it be different in North Carolina?

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