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The Week in Review at the Abbeville Institute

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The Abbeville Institutes is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to exploring what is true and valuable in the Southern tradition.

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Thank you

I love the articles on the website though being pressed for time I download the podcasts and listen in the car. Thanks for adding this feature!

What is True and Valuable

I was raised in the South. I had Southern ancestors. But by the time I was a teenager I had disowned my Southern heritage as something shameful. In recent years, I've begun to reconnect with that heritage. This new podcast from the Abbeville Institute each week examines "what is true and valuable in the Southern tradition." It's about more than slavery and Jim Crow. As host Brion McClanahan says repeatedly, "The South IS America."

Exhilarating vision for the 21st century!

I've been listening to McClanahan ever since I heard him on the Tom Woods show earlier this year. Yes he does talk a lot about southern history as he is a southern historian, but what is so unique and exciting about this podcast, as well as his own podcast titled the Brion McClanahan show, is the vision he offers for the 21st century. McClanahan makes such a compelling and persuasive argument for the virtues of self-sufficiency, self-determination and above all, localism. This proud Texan who has lived in Virginia for the past two decades is more encouraged than ever about what it means to be a Southern man in the 21st Century. This podcast is essential for anyone who is willing to challenge themselves to understand southern identity and to live it.

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