What makes the southern part of the United States associated with traditionalism & conservatism in
terms of sociopolitical & sociocultural values, especially in terms of religious beliefs & racial relations?
Southern USA was less industrialized than the north during 19th century. Also here are much hispanic and black population, while in the north are much more imigrants from western Europe. I think these might be some reasons.
I wouldn't say ethnicity really affects it as much as, like you mentioned, the level of industrialization in the region's history. But that is basically it--the South was slower to adopt industrialism, and thus embodies the spirit of traditionalism.
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