A reparations for slavery bill has passed a House committee for the first time in history
A book review of George Fitzhugh’s Sociology for the South, or The Failure of Free Society
Evangelical Protestants became bitterly divided over abolitionism
America is liberalism
Their political vision presumed a social order based on inequality
A book review of Seymour Drescher’s The Mighty Experiment: Free Labor versus Slavery in British Emancipation
Why did the American South revolt against the British Empire?
The legacy of freedom is killing African-Americans
The Tidewater gentry ruled Old Virginia
The Golden Circle perspective has gone fully mainstream
There are aspects of our culture which are older than liberal democracy
A book review of Eric Foner’s The Second Founding: How the Civil War and Reconstruction Remade the Constitution
A brief account of the settlement of the American South and how the Southern people are the unique byproduct of their blood, culture and natural environment
During the War Between the States, the North and South each sought deliverance from the opposing side
Why was the South so nonchalant about the Declaration of Independence?
The Founding Fathers of South Carolina were hardly civic nationalists
A genealogy of anti-racism traces the roots of racial equality back to the Deep North in the Second Great Awakening
An interview with George Rable author of “Damn Yankees!: Demonization and Defiance in the Confederate South”
A look at how slavery ended here at home
A look at the Carolina aristocracy on the eve of the American Revolution
What did the Southern Founders think about race?
What was slavery like in West Alabama?
A look at the Tidewater aristocracy on the eve of the American Revolution
The South as it was in 1763 as it entered the American Revolution
A book review of Jack Bass and W. Scott Poole’s The Palmetto State: The Making of Modern South Carolina.
A book review of David Goldfield’s America Aflame: How The Civil War Created a Nation
What did the Confederates really believe about race? Let’s find out
In 1861, the South had to secede from Black Republicanism to prevent the Africanization of Dixie
What did the Confederates really believe about race?
A book review of David Brion Davis’ Inhuman Bondage: The Rise and Fall of Slavery in the New World
A book review of William W. Freehling’s The Road to Disunion: Volume II: Secessionists Triumphant, 1854-1861