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Raleigh an Example of the New South

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The term \"New South\" often applied to the resurgence of cities like Birmingham and Atlanta. This article evaluates whether Raleigh, and the city's growth between 1876 and 1895, can be characterized as having the qualities of the New South. Based on a set of four criteria, the author concludes Raleigh embraced a New South spirit because of its reconcilliatory attitudes towards the North.