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W. J. Cash

 
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About the Author

W. J. Cash was born in South Carolina in 1900. He spent many years as a journalist and then associate editor at the Charlotte News. His editorials about WWII were so strangely prescient that he earned the nickname Zarathustra. Cash died in Mexico in 1941 under mysterious circumstances, likely the target of Nazi spies. His work enjoyed great popularity during the civil rights movement and it remains to this day required reading for anyone who is serious about learning the social history of the South.

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