Envision South Carolina hopes to help state overcome inferiority complex- Charleston Post and Courier

College of Charleston President George Benson said in a video introduction on the group’s website that before the Civil War, the state was “an economic powerhouse,” and Charleston was one of the most wealthy, religiously tolerant and cosmopolitan cities in the New World, Benson said.

Brian McGee, Benson’s chief of staff, said the project is meant to get people focused on the conversation of how to make South Carolina a world-class state in every respect.



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