[[ Epub ]] ➚ The Politically Incorrect Guide to The South Author Clint Johnson – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk

The Politically Incorrect Guide to The South What The PC Police Don T Want You To Know And What They Got Plain Wrong About The SouthFrom The Founding Fathers To The Frontiersmen Who Tamed The West To The Country Music, NASCAR, Biblethumping Heart Of Red State America, The South Is The Quintessence Of What S Original, Unique, And Most Loved About American Culture And With Its Emphasis On Traditional Values, Family, Faith, Military Service, Good Manners, Small Government, And Independent Minded People, The South Is Just Plain Livable Than The North Which Is One Reason Why Millions Of Yankees, White And Black, Have Been Moving Down South In Droves.The Politically Incorrect Guide Tm To The South Gives You The Facts Behind Scores Of Revelations Like These How Southerners Led The Way In Drafting The Declaration Of Independence, The U.S Constitution, And The Bill Of Rights How The Northern Victory Led To Today S All Powerful Federal Government Why Race Relations In Today S South Are Much Better Than In The North Or Anywhere Else In America Why The South Is Naturally Conservative And The North Is Naturally Liberal How American Jazz, Blues, And Rock And Roll All Came From The South Why Southerners Are Overrepresented In The Military And No, It S Not Poverty The Best American Literature Southern, Of Course The South Is All About Memory, Heritage, And Pride Of Place, Writes Clint Johnson I Refuse To Go Along With The Expunging Of That Memory, Heritage, And Pride, And I Hope The Readers Of This Book, Northern And Southern, Will Rise Up And Join Me In Protesting Those Who Are Trying To Do It.


10 thoughts on “The Politically Incorrect Guide to The South

  1. says:

    A loathsome narcissistic diatribe filled with the usual half truths, distortions, and outright lies see below Johnson is just another Lost Causer who can t stand being on the wrong side of history Utterly useless for students, given the total lack of citations or primary sources But then, such a book is not intended to inform or persuade, merely to reinforce existing prejudices.The author displays exactly the kind of sectional bigotry he rails against, continually putting down Yankees and A loathsome narcissistic diatribe filled with the usual h...


  2. says:

    This is the BEST BOOK EVER READ IT No matter if you re from the North or the South READ IT What the PC Police don t want you to know and what they got plain wrong about the SouthFrom the Founding Fathers to the frontiersmen who tamed the West to the country music, NASCAR, Biblethumping heart of Red State America, the So...


  3. says:

    Our worst stereotypes are of those whom we think we know but we don t Removing such prejudices is hard because we have very little incentive to find outinformation since we are a state of rest when it comes to interests of knowingabout the particular group we think we know I believe that Southern people and culture is one such example for many non Southerners I say this as someone from the West Coast who was exposed to Southern ways for the first time when I was in the Marines.T Our worst stereotypes are of those whom we think we know but we don t Removing such prejudices is hard because we have very little incentive to find outinformation since we are a state of rest when it comes to interests of knowingabout the particular group we think we know I believe that Southern people and culture is one such example for many non Southerners I say this as someone from the West Coast who was exposed to Southern ways for the first time when I was in the Marines.This is a book about the South Of course the topic of racism is in the back of the readers mind and early in the book the author is frank to disavow any support of racism and even said that not everything about the South is right when it comes to the topic of racism This helps for an outsider to hear this...


  4. says:

    I read this book in 2007 and am including it here since I am going to read a book called The South Was Right about the Civil War Clint Johnson points out the wonders of Southern Culture the history and food, the folklore and the sacrifices made by Southerners during the Revolution and other wars His defense of the Confederacy is long and detailed, Norther...


  5. says:

    Another delightful book in the politically incorrect aka rabid right wing nonsense series This one, as evident from the cover, is a glorification of the South and all things southern If you think that the Confederacy was great and don t want to take an honest look at slavery because it makes y...


  6. says:

    I got a lot of laughs out of this book, bit it s not meant to be funny The author is still into the civil war, rebel flag, dixie, Republican party, limited government, and resons for why the South isimportant to out country, the center of culture and his...


  7. says:

    This is very much a politically incorrect account of why the South is better than the North Basically the first few chapters are hilarious I won t say whether or not I agree or disagree with the author , but then the rest of the book is a long, dry, boring history lesson.


  8. says:

    This book usually garners a knee jerk reaction The politically correct and the anti Southern factions often will reflexively tense up and shake their fingers saying, how dare Johnson write a book like this Well that is unfortunate because this is a book that should be read by all that wish to understand the South and those with real Southern roots Johnson begins the book with an apropos quote, the famous one from Faulkner about the past not being dead in the South I won t reproduce it here This book usually garners a knee jerk reaction The politically correct and the anti Southern factions often will reflexively tense up and shake their fingers saying, how dare Johnson write a book like this Well that is unfortunate because this is a book that should be read by all that wish to understand the South and those with real Southern roots Johnson begins the book with an apropos quote, the famous one from Faulkner about the past not being dead in the South I won t reproduce it here since I have read that the Faulkner estate has been known to sue people for using it without permission This review is hardly worth paying a licensing fee, but the quote clearly fits with this book.I jokingly have stated that this book should be require...


  9. says:

    As a person who seeks the truth of all matters, these Politically Incorrect Guides are like holy testaments Sort of Generally speaking, though, they really do tell the other side of the story that we don t get in most history books, or really at all, anywhere I read this book and the P.I.G to the South for a project I was doing for my English class back in m...


  10. says:

    This is just a fun book At moments it is funny and at others a little curious Not really heavy reading, but it is not particularly in depth either If you want to learn the truth about the North and the South this is a great book to read It is chock full of information you usually don t find in history books or classes, giving new light to accepted history as it hails and honors the American South and all that is good about it, without wallowing in apologetic misery about what was wrong a This is just a fun book At moments it is funny and at others a little curious Not really heavy reading, but it is not particularly in depth either If you want to learn the truth about the North and the South this is a great book to read It is chock full of information you usually don t find in history books or classes, giving new light to accepted history as it hails and honors the American South and all that is good about it, without wallowing in apologetic misery about what was wrong about it.Read it and find out about this much maligned region of our country The topics range from fun, ie How to distinguish Kentucky barbecue from Carolina barbeque, to serious, truthful assessments of slavery and the War Between t...


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