01.19.01 : Selected Short Essay Concerning Major Southern Philosophers — The Writings of John Taylor of Caroline, by Clyde N. Wilson [Click on number to link to our review]
01.19.02 : Concerning Southern Social Philosophy Irrespective of the Era — Bradford, M. E., Remembering Who We Are: Observations of a Southern Conservative, published in 1985. [Click on number to link to our review]
01.19.03 : Concerning Southern Political and Constitutional Philosophy during 1607-1786 — Tucker, St. George, View of the Constitution of the United States, published in 1803. [Click on number to link to our review]
01.19.04 : Concerning Southern Political and Constitutional Philosophy during 1787-1860 — Calhoun, John C., Two works: 1) A Disquisition on Government and 2), A Discourse on the Constitution and Government of the United States, both published in 1850. And Calhoun, John C., (Clyde N. Wilson, editor), The Essential Calhoun: Selections from Writings, Speeches and Letters, published in 2000.
01.19.05 : Concerning Southern Political Philosophy Irrespective of the Era — Ransom, John Crowe, with Donald Davidson, Allen Tate, Robert Penn Warren, Andrew Lytle, Frank Owsley, Lyle Lanier, Herman Nixon, John Wade, Henry Kline, John Fletcher and Stark Young, I’ll Take My Stand: The South and the Agrarian Tradition, published in 1930.
01.19.06 : Concerning Federal Power versus State Rights —
01.19.07 : Concerning Who Should Vote —
01.19.08 : Concerning Personal Liberty —
01.19.09 : Concerning Constitutional Philosophy —
01.19.10 : Concerning Problems Related to Historians’ Fallacies — Fischer, David Hackett, Historians’ Fallacies, Toward a Logic of Historical Thought, published in 1970. And, Beard, Charles A., with J. H. Randall, H. K. Beale and others, Theory and Practice in Historical Study: A Report of the Committee on Historiography, Bulletin 54, published in 1946, following conference of 1942 of the Social Science Research Council.