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A walking contradiction, Patrick Lanzo, owner of Georgia Peach Oyster Bar in Paulding County, Ga., works behind the bar there on July 2, 2015. Photos above the bar include portraits of Jesse Jackson and Martin Luther King. Jr. Lanzo, who says he is on the FBI's Terrorist Watchlist for many of the controversial things he has done, including placing a sign out front of his business that read "Obama. A vision of a dream. James Earl Ray." Shot for a story about changes occurring in the South following a heightened national awareness and sensitivity concerning the Confederate battle flag. Photo by Kevin Liles for The New York Times

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A walking contradiction, Patrick Lanzo, owner of Georgia Peach Oyster Bar in Paulding County, Ga., works behind the bar there on July 2, 2015. Photos above the bar include portraits of Jesse Jackson and Martin Luther King. Jr. Lanzo, who says he is on the FBI's Terrorist Watchlist for many of the controversial things he has done, including placing a sign out front of his business that read "Obama. A vision of a dream. James Earl Ray." Shot for a story about changes occurring in the South following a heightened national awareness and sensitivity concerning the Confederate battle flag. Photo by Kevin Liles for The New York Times