The Politically Incorrect Guide to the South
by Clint Johnson

An affirmation of the stereotypes about the South and the North by a southerner who believes life is better in the South and who wants to perpetuate southern traditions such as patriotism, militarism, religion, family, courtesy, low taxes, NASCAR, and sweet tea.

Year Read: 2007

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