by Michael Andrew Grissom
published in 2001 by The Rebel Press
paperback; 706 pages
Noted author Michael Andrew Grissom takes a critical look at the South in this exhaustive analysis of the land called Dixie, its past, its present, and its future - if it has one. If so, can it survive immigration, integration, and a consuming coarsening of its culture? Influenced by the astute observations of such scholars as Richard Weaver and Donald Davidson, Grissom provides some straight-forward answers to these and other questions plaguing the modern South. The publication of this book was limited to 3,000 copies and is now out of print and hard to find. This copy is signed by the author.
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