Required Reading: The Foundations of Southern Nationalism

Identity Dixie – There is perhaps an assumption current amongst us in the various Southern Nationalist circles that we have all read the same works, that we have all thoroughly understood them, and that this canon of thought informs our perspectives on the present. To a great extent, this is so, but the existence of a list of titles with a few explanatory notes might well be useful for the younger or the newer amongst us. What follows will be a partial introductory list, which is not intended to be exhaustive or comprehensive of the body of works available to us.

Our forefathers left us stacks upon stacks of books that sit mostly unread in this new dark age in which we find ourselves; the lessons to be found in these treasures are legion, if we allow them to speak for themselves. What they have to say about politics, religion, economics, honor, justice and race is foundational to understanding and living our cultural patrimony; it behooves us to understand what they have spoken to each, and not brush aside any aspect of what we find before us without first internalizing the hard “why?” of what has been said. Without any further way of introduction, here’s our list:…

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