Eight of these ten states joined the Confederacy and fought a bloody Civil War to defend the institution of slavery.
Nine of these ten states still had racially segregated schools at the time of the Supreme Court's 1954 decision in Brown v. Board of Education.
Five of these ten states are still among the worst states in the nation in terms of the continuing racial segregation of their public schools.
Eight of these ten states are among the eleven states in the nation with the highest rates of incarceration.
All of these ten states still have the death penalty.
Seven of these ten states are among the ten states in the nation with the highest percentage of their citizens living under the poverty level.
Six of these ten states are among the nine worst states in the nation in rates of obesity.
Nine of these ten states are among the twenty states in the nation with the highest rates of smoking.
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