Sue Sturgis

Institute for Southern Studies

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Editorial Director at the Institute for Southern Studies, which publishes Facing South
and Southern Exposure

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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?

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