Where does the South begin?
Feb 18, 2004 02:34 PM
--- In email@example.com, leonmaurer@a... wrote:
> Sorry about that. You are right. But I meant the "colloquial"
line that separated the North from the South during the Civil war.
Before the CW, the slave/free line was a clearcut regional
boundary. During the war, the USA/CSA border was equally defined.
But now there is a large swath that identifies as neither northern
nor southern. D.C., Maryland, Delaware, West Virginia, parts of
Kentucky, and northern Virginia are all in this border region. The
rest of Virginia outside the DC area remains firmly entrenched in
the South--but Kerry beat Edwards in every congressional district,
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