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South Carolina news and analysis from The Nation
December 23, 2020
Smoking Meat, Hoping to Survive
For a neighborhood BBQ joint, the struggle is real.
Kevin Alexander Gray
October 19, 2020
Can Jaime Harrison Really Beat Lindsey Graham?
It won’t be easy—despite some polls showing the race in a dead heat and Harrison raising money hand over fist.
Kevin Alexander Gray
October 16, 2020
These Are the States to Focus on to Flip the Senate
Democratic challengers in Georgia and Texas have a great fighting chance, and they need more help than promising contenders in other states.
October 15, 2020
Lindsey Graham Just ‘Committed a Crime in Plain Sight’
An explicit pitch for campaign funds outside the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing room has observers noting, “This is a crime.”
March 2, 2020
Black Voters Didn’t Vote for Biden in South Carolina Because They ‘Lack Information’
Black voters opted for Biden because they have no faith that white voters will do the right thing and vote for a true progressive.
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February 28, 2020
Joe Biden Is Having His Best Week Ever. Will It Matter?
Billionaires are still getting in his way—and ours—in South Carolina.
June 15, 2018
South Carolina Sought an Exemption to Allow a Foster-Care Agency to Discriminate Against Non-Christians
Governor Henry McMaster personally intervened with the Department of Health and Human Services on behalf of Miracle Hill Ministries.
January 12, 2017
The Unbearable Entitlement of Dabo Swinney
Clemson’s clueless—and filthy rich—champion coach represents everything wrong with college football.
September 21, 2016
Lindsey Graham Is Back to Trashing the Constitution
The Republican senator’s short streak of being reasonable has officially ended.
April 25, 2016
African-American Voters Have an Understandable Reason to Support Hillary Clinton
Bernie Sanders has propelled economic inequality to center stage. But older African Americans have known about inequality for a long time.