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30506
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The economic and social history of North Carolina is echoed in data on collecting and spending of the General Fund for the past two decades. Shifts in contributions have been made to public schools and higher education, public welfare and retirement, and public aid and debt service, amounting to nearly $2 billion in spending.
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30502
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One of the highest mountain peaks in eastern North America, Mount Mitchell rises 6,684 feet above the Blue Ridge Parkway. Previously, Mount Mitchell has been considered difficult to photograph because many of the best locations were inaccessible. But now, new roads allow photographers to picture Mount Mitchell in new ways.
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30501
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North Carolina Governor Luther Hodges argues for the maintenance of the separate but equal policies of North Carolina's public schools. In lieu of integration, Hodges calls for voluntary changes in the hands of local school boards, rather than the abandonment of the public schools system due to integration.
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30503
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Increasingly rapidly in North Carolina is the garment industry, with a $50 million payroll for 200 firms, employing 25,000 workers. New plants are opening in Salsibury, Durham, Raleigh, Winston-Salem, and Ahoskie to name just a few of the cities where garments and apparel manufacturing are becoming a growing business.
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