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Southerners who would not “fight for a government that had helped keep their part of the country down for so long”

August 9, 2010 by

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For some reason, I’m getting an error message when trying to reply to a comment made on the post at Inconvenient South which I referred to a short time back… the one about Southerners and the First World War. So, I’m carrying it over here to address the comment made by Dick Stanley. Since he […]