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If I had read this when it came out I probably would have given it a 5. But it does still show a lot of what relates to rise of Donald Trump. Read morePublished 8 hours ago by R.L.D.
I have been a reader of Civil War books for over 50 years and none ever made me laugh like this one did, and none covered modern reenactment psychology either. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Percy Dovetonsils
I give this book to every Yankee I know traveling to the Old South. Its a great read that captures a key part of Southern culture.Published 2 months ago by Cliff H
It helped me understand political attitudes in the south that have always puzzled me.Published 2 months ago by Caro Quilt
I thought Confederates would be a yawner but I was wrong. It was a very good book about Civil War buffs. Some of them are nuts.Published 2 months ago by Gordon Peck
My husband, being a Civil War reenactor, is getting a good laugh out of this book. EnjoyablePublished 2 months ago by Dawn M. Cornett
This book is a travelogue wherein author Tony Horwitz travels broadly throughout the South - the Carolinas, Kentucky, Virginia, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee -... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Louis Foster