6 edition of The Idea of a Southern Nation found in the catalog.
by W. W. Norton & Company
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||406|
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John McCardell's The Idea of a Southern Nation: Southern Nationalists and Southern Nationalism, traces the origins, development, and impact of the idea of a separate Southern nation prior to the Civil War. McCardell believes that slavery was the one issue on which the North and South disagreed.5/5(5).
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Get this from a library. The idea of a Southern nation: Southern nationalists and Southern nationalism, [John McCardell] -- "As the nineteenth century began, the United States was a country in search of definition, of national character. Like other Americans, Southerners found the process of national self-definition.
Book Review: The Idea of a Southern Nation: Southern Nationalists and Southern Nationalism, By John McCardell. Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography. Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography. Current Archives About About the Journal. The idea of a nation binds citizens into a common enterprise.
Yet today the United States seems headed in a different direction: toward pluralism without consensus—a nation-state without a national idea—and towards animus among racial, religious, regional, and national groups.
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But the idea of a break-away Southern nation persists. The League of the South's longtime president, retired university professor Michael Hill of Killen, Alabama, posted a message in July that. The book offers challenges to the idea of the continuation of southern distinctiveness from the rest of the nation in order to offer a new way of thinking about modern American history.
His example of southern textbooks only disproves the idea of a southern nation more, for if these children were truly indoctrinated into a "Southern nation" why did they not rise up years later, during reconstruction and assert their identity as southerners when northern troops were in their land.
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"Dread Nation" Is Post-Reconstruction Story About Zombies And Racism — COVER REVEAL. That idea proved to be the beginning of this book. Author: Zoraida Córdova.I tossed around the idea of either reading the book or listening to the audiobook and I was glad I did the audiobook because the narration was beautiful!
The talented Bahni Turpin does a beautiful job narrating Dread Nation. Bahni just doesn't read the book as I have heard some narrator's do.