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The best of Chronicles' coverage of the South, volume two | softcover
In Justice to so Fine a Country, the second volume of Chronicles of the South, a collection of articles from Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture. Published in Rockford, Illinois, Chronicles has nevertheless been home to some of the best writing on the South published over the last quarter of a century. Volume Two features contributions by scholars and politicians, men of letters and political analysts, not to mention "the only real live sociologist in captivity who can write well and has a sense of humor." Some names are familiar-Patrick J. Buchanan, George Garrett, William Murchison, Thomas Fleming, Clyde Wilson, John Shelton Reed-and others less so, but all of the contributions in this remarkable volume are worth savoring.
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