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In addition to fear of losing control over slavery, southerners back then feared losing political control.'Alarmingly Similar.' What the Chaos Around Lincoln's First Inauguration Can Tell Us About Today, According to Historians|Olivia B. Waxman|January 15, 2021|Time
Note that this includes George H.W. Bush as a Southerner by virtue of his Texas residency.
Between 1952 and 2004, the major party Presidential tickets included at least one Southerner between them.
Before 2008, the last election not to include a Southerner was 1948, which included candidates from Kentucky and Missouri.
For a Southerner, he is relatively immune to the cult of Bobby Lee.
Like any other small-town, traditional Southerner, Burns got married.
Vincèn is eloquent, like a true southerner, and tells his experiences with flashing eye and animated gestures.Frdric Mistral|Charles Alfred Downer
Well brought up as you are, a southerner, alert and adaptable, you will quickly pick up the routine of the Boulevard.
This southerner was trembling, defeated and softened by the emotional display of the funeral ceremony.
And behold our southerner rebounding from the depth of his fall, intoxicated with joy, and full of hope.
The Southerner, deprived of his sun, execrated Paris, which he called a manufactory of rheumatism.Unconscious Comedians|Honore de Balzac