A Defender of Southern Conservatism M. E. Bradford and His Achievements ed. by Clyde N. Wilson (review)

A Defender of Southern Conservatism M. E. Bradford and His Achievements ed. by Clyde n. Wilson (University of Missouri Press, 1999)

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A Defender of Southern Conservatism M. E. Bradford and His Achievements ed. by Clyde N. Wilson (review)

by Alphonse Vinh
Southern Cultures, Vol. 6, No. 2: Summer 2000

University of Missouri Press, 1999

The Nashville Agrarian M. E. Bradford once said that a man could be born a southerner and a conservative but not be a Southern Conservative. Clyde Wilson has gathered essays in A Defender of Southern Conservatism that explain what Bradford meant.