A Defense of Virginia and the South


By:  R.L Dabney

356 pages

Originally published in 1867



Intended as a biblical apologetic for slavery and as an aggressive defense of the Old South, Dr. Dabney shatters abolitionist myths and confronts northern prejudices more completely than in any of his other works. Dabney never shunned controversy, and this post-war polemic sets the record straight in his typically challenging and provocative manner. As always, he grounds his arguments in scripture and history and cares not a whit about the modernists’ two greatest evils, insensitivity and dogmatism (political correctness).

     This was the first book title carried at Crossroads Country Store and has resulted in our campaign for truth in history and this web site. Thank you R. L. Dabney!

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Weight .95 lbs
Dimensions 5.25 × 1. × 7.75 in


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