The Timely Wisdom of Robert Lewis Dabney by Karen Stokes
Many of the destructive ideas and “isms” of our century in America had their roots in the 18th and 19th centuries, and a number of Southern writers and clergymen recognized their nature and warned against… »
Russell Kirk’s Southern Sensibilities: A Celebration by Alan Cornett
. .the South—alone among the civilized communities of the nineteenth century—had hardihood sufficient for an appeal to arms against the iron new order which, a vague instinct whispered to Southerners, was inimical to the sort… »
H.L. Mencken and the South by Guy Story Brown
Mencken’s “Sahara of the Bozart” is one of the most famous essays of 20th century American letters. Since its appearance in 1919, the essay has become widely regarded as Mencken’s “slur on the South,” as… »
Is French Cohabitation Coming to America?
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