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Leave Calhoun Alone

Perhaps no American thinker has suffered more in recent days than John C. Calhoun, whose work and personage are often dismissed by his critics for a single phrase attributed to him, diminishing the careful and… »

Podcast Episode 221

The Week in Review at the Abbeville Institute, June 29-July 3, 2020 Topics: Political correctness, Confederate monuments, Abraham Lincoln, the War, Southern culture, Dixie

Southern Poets and Poems, Part X

A series by Clyde Wilson EDGAR ALLAN POE (1809–1849) of Virginia was the great creative genius of 19th century American literature in poetry, fiction, and criticism. Although accidentally born in Boston and spending part of… »

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Forthcoming–Chaining Down Leviathan, The American Dream of Self-Government 1776-1865.  Marco Bassani, Ph.D This is a study of American political thought between the secession from Britain and the War Between the States. This period was a… »

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