FILE - A member of the United Daughters of the Confederacy collects 

FILE - A member of the United Daughters of the Confederacy collects Confederate flags after the Confederate Memorial Day ceremony at Magnolia Cemetery in Charleston, S.C. on Tuesday, May 10, 2011. Southern white men don't usually drive racial dialogue. For as long as race has riven America, they have been depicted more often as the problem than the solution. So the country music star Brad Paisley must have been unsurprised at the days of widespread criticism of his new song “Accidental Racist,” which details the challenges facing a “white man from the southland” and then features LL Cool J rapping from a black perspective. (AP Photo/The Post And Courier, Grace Beahm)
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FILE - A member of the United Daughters of the Confederacy collects Confederate flags after the Confederate Memorial Day ceremony at Magnolia Cemetery in Charleston, S.C. on Tuesday, May 10, 2011. Southern white men don't usually drive racial dialogue. For as long as race has riven America, they have been depicted more often as the problem than the solution. So the country music star Brad Paisley must have been unsurprised at the days of widespread criticism of his new song “Accidental Racist,” which details the challenges facing a “white man from the southland” and then features LL Cool J rapping from a black perspective. (AP Photo/The Post And Courier, Grace Beahm)
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