South's high murder rate is key factor in why U.S. homocide rate is so high

August 1998
Jet;08/17/98, Vol. 94 Issue 12, p40
Reports that murder rated in the Southern United States are higher, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Factors which attributed to the high murder rates; Why many murders in this region occur; Percent of the US murder rate in 1996.


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