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Rural black turnout uncertain

By Joseph Williams
Globe Staff / October 13, 2008

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Fifth in a series of occasional articles. SOUTH BOSTON, Va. - Its name notwithstanding, Executive Cuts barber shop is a cluttered, old-fashioned African-American tonsorial parlor: The worn screen door leads to a long room with heavy barber chairs lined up on a checkerboard floor. The barbers tape family snapshots on their oversized work-station mirrors, and there's a wall poster promoting ... (Full article: 1548 words)

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