Why The South Is Broken
The Southern United States is arguably the most complicated, continuous, and historically fascinating region of the U.S. That’s because the South was once the epicenter of American economics and population growth. Back when the South’s agricultural industry served as the backbone to U.S production and foreign relations. However that was centuries ago, and the South has been broken for longer than you might have thought. Honestly it’s more than just the countless little towns eroding away in states like Alabama, Mississippi, South Carolina, Georgia, and Tennessee, or the loss of industrial jobs there, or corporate farming, poverty, and a crumbling infrastructure.