Notes Concerning the Authors
Dr. Brion McClanahan, a prolific young historian, holds a PhD from the University of South Carolina and a leader in the Abbeville Institute. Dr. Clyde N. Wilson is professor of history emeritus of the University of South Carolina, a prolific writer on Southern history, literature and biography and a co-founder of both the Abbeville Institute and the Society of Independent Southern Historians.
Two historians present highly original treatment of statesmen and writers who are forgotten or misinterpreted in American history. These include Southern figures James Jackson, John Taylor, John C. Calhoun, the Bayard family of Delaware, John Tyler, Abel P. Upshur, William Faulkner, Sam Ervin, and M.E. Bradford. There is also interesting treatment of Northerners who sympathized with the South like Condy Raguet and James Fenimore Cooper, as well as other Northern conservatives.
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