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In her latest book, Rosalind Fox Solomondocuments the culturally abrasive class of gender division, passive and active racism, and a lurking sense of violence, revealing the world of idiosyncrasies and paradoxes in the American South between the 1970s and ‘90s.

With the fervent dialogues surrounding Trump’s America and a lingering consciousness of social regression, Solomon’s Liberty Theater couldn’t come at a better time. Throughout the series, we become privy to an apt illustration of the championing of violence and cultural disarray, echoing topics of current socio-political discourse with roaring vehemence.

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