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Young got up the Skynyrdian nose because of his abrasive, heavy-handed Southern Man and the somewhat more delicate Alabama, both of which were vehemently critical of the American South for its Neanderthal treatment of African-Americans. Alabama was famous for its flamboyantly racist governor George Wallace, who once stood in a doorway at the University of Alabama in a staged, tawdry, farcical attempt to prevent two African-American students from entering; the event ended when federal marshals armed with guns told him to move. It also boasted the Birmingham police chief Bull Connor who unleashed German Shepherds on women and children, then blasted them with water cannons, during a 1963 civil-rights march. It was also the site of three epochal 1965 civil rights march from Selma to the state capital in Montgomery, a turning point in American history when blase folks living in more enlightened regions of the US got to turn on their TVs and see the Alabama state police in action.

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