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The South;s rapid population and job growth in the last half of the 20th century reflects its integration into the national economic and social mainstream. But growth has not erased the region's widespread poverty and low levels of human capital. And in many of parts of the rural South, the underlying economic and social conditions that depended on, and reinforced, a low-skill population are far from disappearing.

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