For John, BLUF: Cultural change often comes slowly, but there are many available levers. Nothing to see here; just move along.
Here is the sub-headline:
The Sears catalog revolutionized rural black southerners' shopping patterns in the late 19th century, allowing them to avoid the blatant racism that they faced at small country stores.
From The Seattle Times, by Reporter Antonia Noori Farzan, 18 October 2018.
A fascinating story about how Sears and Roebuck helped penetrate the wall of Segregation in the Deep South in the Kate Ninteenth Century.
Hat tip to the InstaPundit.
Regards — Cliff