Tag Archives: Southern nationalism

The Reinvention of England

A generation ago, English journalist and columnist Simon Heffer wrote a splendid book titled “Nor Shall My Sword,” about the resurgence of English nationalism that likely would follow in the wake of Scottish and Welsh nationalism. Granted, English identity is … Continue reading

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Toward a Post-Confederate, Post-Racial Southern Identity

I suppose at this stage of life that I’m one of those rarest of birds: a post-Confederate, post-racial Southern nationalist who believes it’s time to retire the Battle Flag as a symbol of Southern identity. Yes, I love the South, … Continue reading

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