Paul Good

  • The Thorntons of Mississippi: Peonage on the Plantation

    Tens of thousands of Southern Negroes have been left social and economic cripples by a modernizing cotton industry that has simply dropped them by the wayside. The oppressive circumstances of one such Negro family are described for the ATLANTIC by Paul Good, a free-lance writer and former television newscaster now at work on two books about the con temporary South.