This collection includes thirty articles and reviews from the best years of the now vanished Southern Partisan. Among its numerous treasures: “The Theology of Secession,” b y M.E Bradford; Mark R. Winchell on Herman Talmadge; J.O. Tate on the trashing of Bedford Forrest; “Why the Yankees Won’t (and Can’t) Leave the South Alone” by Forrest McDonald; two talks by Richard Weaver; and two superb essays by Ludwell H. Johnson: “The Plundering Generation” on Northern economic motives for conquest of the South” and “The Mythmanagement of History,” a devastating critique of the notorious Ken Burns PBS series “The Civil War.”
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