W. J. Cash

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According to Wikipedia, Wilbur Joseph Cash was an American journalist known for writing The Mind of the South , his controversial interpretation of the history of the American South. Biography Early life Cash was born and grew up in the mill village of Gaffney, South Carolina. He attended Wofford College and graduated from Wake Forest College in 1922, also attending law school for a year there. During his final two undergraduate years, he served first as managing editor and then editor of the college newspaper, the Old Gold & Black. Cash left law school, declaring later that it "required too much mendacity," and taught college and high school for two years, before turning permanently to journalism and writing as his profession.

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