The South Was Right
by James and Walter Kennedy

A breathless, repetitive defense of the South in the War for Southern Independence. It tries to fight the bias against southerners with vicious and unfair attacks on northerners, who are all lumped together as liberals, capitalists, do-gooders, and imperialists. Southerners are all depicted as unprejudiced, fair, humane, and freedom loving.

Year Read: 2007


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