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The politically incorrect guide to the South : and why it will rise again, Clint Johnson

Label
The politically incorrect guide to the South : and why it will rise again
Title
The politically incorrect guide to the South
Title remainder
and why it will rise again
Statement of responsibility
Clint Johnson
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
The author presents a pro-South perspective on American history, maintaining that the South has always been the center of American culture with a strong emphasis on traditional values, family, faith, and small government
Member of
Cataloging source
B@L
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1953-
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Johnson, Clint
Dewey number
975
Index
index present
LC call number
F209.6
LC item number
.J64 2006
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
  • Politically incorrect guide
  • P.I.G. series
  • PIG series
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  • Social psychology
  • Southern States
  • Southern States
  • Southern States
  • Southern States
  • United States
Label
The politically incorrect guide to the South : and why it will rise again, Clint Johnson
Link
http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy1312/2008297661-d.html
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 243-248) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Introduction : Slamming the South -- Part I: Why it's great to be a Southerner -- Chapter 1: Southern by the grace of God : what other regions ain't got but sure wish they did -- Defining Southern culture -- The Southern smile shines -- Gentility and good manners are expected down South -- Southerners always have a sense of place -- Old-time religion is good enough for the South -- Southerners love contact sports -- Southerners carry guns -- Southern culture in a nutshell : religious, funny good ol' boys and gals with a love of home and a smile for strangers -- Chapter 2: The South and Southerners we love -- Southerners act different -- Southerners talk different -- Southerners eat different -- Southerners are less race conscious than folks up North -- Southerners aren't elitists -- How to impress a Southerner : know cars, country music, racin', and Mayberry -- True Southerners still have heroes -- Chapter 3: Things you didn't know about the South -- The South's anthem : "Dixie" -- The best schools really are in the South -- The South spawned rock and roll -- The South was making movies when Hollywood was nowhere -- Chapter 4: Places and events that explain the South -- Historic Southern locations -- Historic Southern events -- Historic Southern homes -- Part II: American history, Southern style -- Chapter 5: Southern colonies birth the New World -- The South once spoke Spanish -- The South's lost colony -- Jamestown and the arrival of black slavery -- A Southern bouillabaisse of nationalities -- Chapter 6: The South starts and wins the Revolution -- Protests of English taxes started in the South -- Fighting for freedom started in the South -- Southerners were more ready to fight than Northerners -- Southerners win the Revolution -- The South's redneck general was the best -- Southerners were more patriotic -- Chapter 7: Southerners create America's government -- Southerners bring order to chaos -- Southerners drive the Constitutional Convention -- Northerners argue that slaves are property -- Northerners fight harder for federalism -- Southerners fix the Constitution -- Southerners select the nation's capital -- Chapter 8: Southerners expand the nation -- Southerners create the modern-day Midwest -- Southerners prove the Constitution works
  • Yankees threaten secession -- How Southerners won the War of 1812 -- Slackers and fighters during the Black Hawk War -- Southerners explore and acquire the American West -- Chapter 9: The nation's "mark of Cain" -- Northerners ran the slave trade -- New York refused to abandon the slave trade -- Not even war slowed the Yankee slave trade -- Slavery was less cruel in the South -- Southern slaves lived much like free blacks -- and whites -- The race of plantation owners may be surprising -- Chapter 10: Why the South seceded -- There was no civil war -- The South wanted its independence -- Secession was an economic issue -- When did abolition become a war aim? -- The War wasn't about slavery ; it was about states' rights -- Chapter 11: Total war versus noble war -- Lincoln lied to everyone about Fort Sumter -- Lincoln attacks early and often -- The Union turns nasty -- The South was kinder to its enemies -- Defeat buy not dishonor -- The North threatens continued violence -- Chapter 12: The secret history of the war -- An army of immigrants -- War for cotton? -- Cotton-producing states were targeted first -- Lincoln planned states were targeted first -- Lincoln planned to colonize freed slaves -- Lincoln was no defender of civil rights -- Davis ignored his critics -- Why Lincoln's emancipation proclamation was a sham -- Blacks get the "presidential" treatment -- Andersonville and the horror of the prison camps -- God recognized the Confederacy -- Southern women were the backbone of the Confederacy -- Chapter 13: Reconstruction ... or deconstruction? -- Confederates were accused of treason, but never tried -- Little "reconstruction" was done during Reconstruction -- Reconstruction : the good -- Reconstruction : the bad -- Chapter 14: The South rises again -- Wheeler praises his black soldiers -- Bygones are finally bygones -- Chapter 15: The South saves the world -- Southerners won World War II in the Pacific theater -- Southerners won the European theater -- Conclusion : The nation should thank God for the South
Control code
ocm78895737
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
x, 262 pages
Isbn
9781596985001
Lccn
2008297661
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9781596985001
  • (OCoLC)78895737
Label
The politically incorrect guide to the South : and why it will rise again, Clint Johnson
Link
http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy1312/2008297661-d.html
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 243-248) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Introduction : Slamming the South -- Part I: Why it's great to be a Southerner -- Chapter 1: Southern by the grace of God : what other regions ain't got but sure wish they did -- Defining Southern culture -- The Southern smile shines -- Gentility and good manners are expected down South -- Southerners always have a sense of place -- Old-time religion is good enough for the South -- Southerners love contact sports -- Southerners carry guns -- Southern culture in a nutshell : religious, funny good ol' boys and gals with a love of home and a smile for strangers -- Chapter 2: The South and Southerners we love -- Southerners act different -- Southerners talk different -- Southerners eat different -- Southerners are less race conscious than folks up North -- Southerners aren't elitists -- How to impress a Southerner : know cars, country music, racin', and Mayberry -- True Southerners still have heroes -- Chapter 3: Things you didn't know about the South -- The South's anthem : "Dixie" -- The best schools really are in the South -- The South spawned rock and roll -- The South was making movies when Hollywood was nowhere -- Chapter 4: Places and events that explain the South -- Historic Southern locations -- Historic Southern events -- Historic Southern homes -- Part II: American history, Southern style -- Chapter 5: Southern colonies birth the New World -- The South once spoke Spanish -- The South's lost colony -- Jamestown and the arrival of black slavery -- A Southern bouillabaisse of nationalities -- Chapter 6: The South starts and wins the Revolution -- Protests of English taxes started in the South -- Fighting for freedom started in the South -- Southerners were more ready to fight than Northerners -- Southerners win the Revolution -- The South's redneck general was the best -- Southerners were more patriotic -- Chapter 7: Southerners create America's government -- Southerners bring order to chaos -- Southerners drive the Constitutional Convention -- Northerners argue that slaves are property -- Northerners fight harder for federalism -- Southerners fix the Constitution -- Southerners select the nation's capital -- Chapter 8: Southerners expand the nation -- Southerners create the modern-day Midwest -- Southerners prove the Constitution works
  • Yankees threaten secession -- How Southerners won the War of 1812 -- Slackers and fighters during the Black Hawk War -- Southerners explore and acquire the American West -- Chapter 9: The nation's "mark of Cain" -- Northerners ran the slave trade -- New York refused to abandon the slave trade -- Not even war slowed the Yankee slave trade -- Slavery was less cruel in the South -- Southern slaves lived much like free blacks -- and whites -- The race of plantation owners may be surprising -- Chapter 10: Why the South seceded -- There was no civil war -- The South wanted its independence -- Secession was an economic issue -- When did abolition become a war aim? -- The War wasn't about slavery ; it was about states' rights -- Chapter 11: Total war versus noble war -- Lincoln lied to everyone about Fort Sumter -- Lincoln attacks early and often -- The Union turns nasty -- The South was kinder to its enemies -- Defeat buy not dishonor -- The North threatens continued violence -- Chapter 12: The secret history of the war -- An army of immigrants -- War for cotton? -- Cotton-producing states were targeted first -- Lincoln planned states were targeted first -- Lincoln planned to colonize freed slaves -- Lincoln was no defender of civil rights -- Davis ignored his critics -- Why Lincoln's emancipation proclamation was a sham -- Blacks get the "presidential" treatment -- Andersonville and the horror of the prison camps -- God recognized the Confederacy -- Southern women were the backbone of the Confederacy -- Chapter 13: Reconstruction ... or deconstruction? -- Confederates were accused of treason, but never tried -- Little "reconstruction" was done during Reconstruction -- Reconstruction : the good -- Reconstruction : the bad -- Chapter 14: The South rises again -- Wheeler praises his black soldiers -- Bygones are finally bygones -- Chapter 15: The South saves the world -- Southerners won World War II in the Pacific theater -- Southerners won the European theater -- Conclusion : The nation should thank God for the South
Control code
ocm78895737
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
x, 262 pages
Isbn
9781596985001
Lccn
2008297661
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9781596985001
  • (OCoLC)78895737

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