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December 21, 1988 | WILLIAM J. EATON, Times Staff Writer
December days in this Gulf Coast resort city are spectacularly sunny and bright, but the civic atmosphere is dark and sinister, poisoned by enough hatred, fear and suspicion to fill a Faulkner novel of raging Southern passions. One of the oldest cities in America and one with a history of conflict among French, Spanish and English invaders, Biloxi became famous as a wide-open, good-time town with an easy tolerance for gambling and other recreational vices.
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December 21, 1988 | WILLIAM J. EATON, Times Staff Writer
December days in this Gulf Coast resort city are spectacularly sunny and bright, but the civic atmosphere is dark and sinister, poisoned by enough hatred, fear and suspicion to fill a Faulkner novel of raging Southern passions. One of the oldest cities in America and one with a history of conflict among French, Spanish and English invaders, Biloxi became famous as a wide-open, good-time town with an easy tolerance for gambling and other recreational vices.
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