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A garden of diversity in South Carolina

Had Richard W. Riley heeded his father’s advice and not ran for political office years ago, South Carolina’s modern history may have been shaped in an entirely different manner. But as luck would have it, Riley followed his own heart and South Carolina as well as the entire country is better because of it. Riley, a 1954 Furman graduate, recently sat down to discuss his career and thoughts on how to make his beloved state truly world class.


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