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Winn-Dixie Is Bankrupt, and 'Dixie' Isn't Well, Either

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Winn-Dixie Is Bankrupt, and 'Dixie' Isn't Well, Either

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Winn-Dixie Is Bankrupt, and 'Dixie' Isn't Well, Either

Winn-Dixie Is Bankrupt, and 'Dixie' Isn't Well, Either

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Grocery store chain Winn-Dixie has filed for bankruptcy protection. We take a look at the waning popularity of the name 'Dixie' in the South.

John Shelton Reed, sociology professor emeritus, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; author, Minding the South

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