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It's a fascinating book and Horwitz tells a great story...brilliant writer with incredible observation skills.
He conveys the notion that the South's resentment of the North is not wholly unjustified, but actually often well placed.
Confederates in the Attic by Tony Horwitz is great because it deals with how the Civil War affected everyone today.
This book was well written from the aspect of both sides, past and present. The War was not so glorious when reading about the thousands who lost their lives in a single battle. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great book! In fact, it was required reading for an English class for juniors in high school.Published 21 days ago by J. I. Stebbins
Enjoyed the autbor's approach - traveling and talking with local people! What a difference of opinion! Thought provoking! Tony Horowitz is informative and entertaining.Published 26 days ago by Ann Perryman
Once more a picture of the south that everyone has a confederate flag draped over their couch, flying from their pick up truck and believes all was right about the southern cause. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Xoss
As good of a description of the enduring legacy of the civil war on the culture of the south as you are likely to get.Published 1 month ago by Aaron S. Hatfield
People welcomed Mr Horwitz into their homes and he abused that welcome by making fun of those people. He is not a gentleman and his book is poorly written.Published 1 month ago by Peggy