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The Coin of Life
They are not the important people in Florida history, nor are they the most powerful. Most are not heroes. Some will never be mentioned in the history books. A few are not even likable or admirable people.
But they all mattered. For better or worse, in ways large and small, the people featured in this issue of Turn made a difference in the life of the state. Stories
Wrong Turn: A Southern sheriff's law and disorder
From October 31, 1999: The Land
From September 19, 1999: A look back
When racial violence erupted at Dixie Hollins High School in 1971, a Times photographer captured an image of a young man in all his defiant fury. Who was he? Did he learn anything from what happened? Did any of us? (From September 19, 1999)