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for The State Vol. 12 Issue 6, July 1944
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Japan is just about wiped off the earth, even if it is still on the map. The last family left in the little community in Graham County, N.C., is tearing down its dwelling and next year, waters from TVA's new Fontana Dam in western North Carolina will lap over the rich bottom lands which so long sustained the farming folks.
Lake Waccamaw, White Lake and other similar formations in the eastern part of the Carolinas and Georgia were probably formed by falling fragments from other worlds.
Ten years ago Paul wrote a letter to The State magazine urging that the electric chair be scrapped and replaced with the gallows. There were a number of protests stating that hanging was barbaric. Since then the State did away with the electric chair and replaced it with the gas chamber. In this article Paul argues for public hangings as an effective method for reducing the number of capital offenses in North Carolina.