Better Off Without 'Em
A Northern Manifesto for Southern Secession
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Chuck Thompson—dubbed "savagely funny" by The New York Times and "wickedly entertaining" by the San Francisco Chronicle—spent two years traveling the American South to determine whether, as he’d long suspected but not yet proven, the whole country might be better off letting Dixieland make good on its two-hundred-years-old threat to secede. The result is a long overdue and serious inquiry into national divides that is deliberately provocative and uproariously funny while making a compelling case for "a kind of no-fault divorce for nation-states: no hard feelings, just two adults who can’t quite make the relationship work, shaking hands and walking away" (The Oxford American).
Publishers Weekly Review
© Publishers Weekly
Sounds fine, except...
One thing is for certain: It is definitely time to reconsider the union. Any student of world history and political philosophy can see that the centralized American government cannot defend individual liberty anymore. In fact, no centralized government of such size could do it. The government has become a bloated cesspool of corruption that robs the people blind while leading us on a path of certain economic collapse. The only way to correct our course is to decentralize. Oh, and for the record: Texas would NEVER go to the north! Texas will go it alone and do just fine, thank you very much!
Great let us go...
We are ready any time to leave the Union. We hate the North…Book not funny and the poor guy can't write.