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    Get the September/October issue titled “Defending Dixie” free when you subscribe to The Barnes Review with this special offer.

    The idea that those with ancestors who fought on the Southern side of the War Between the States should be ashamed of their sacrifices or that the Southern flag displayed in any form is merely a symbol of bigotry, hatred and racial oppression is ridiculous. Perhaps for some it is. But not for the 99% of right-thinking Americans who relish true history.

    The facts is, when most Southerners look at that flag they do not even think of slavery. They think about the courage it took to fight for self-determination and states’ rights—something the Powers That Be hate you contemplating.

    The guilt trip the rabid, radical left is foisting on Southerners is the cornerstone of an effort to bring the people of the South to heel and into the New World Order.

    But a good dose of the truth is what they all need!

    In this special, expanded 112-page issue we have assembled as many interviews and Revisionist articles as we could jam in explaining these facts. (It could have been 500 pages.)

    Articles in this issue cover:

    • The real reasons behind the removal of monuments dedicated to Southern heroes;
    • The truth about the Fort Pillow “massacre”;
    • An honest appraisal of the Gray Ghost;
    • Tariffs: The real cause of the war;
    • Interviews with monument activists and historians Lochlainn Seabrook, Ed deVries and Charles Edward Lincoln III;
    • Secret societies and the Civil War;
    • Blockade-runners of the South;
    • Sherman’s annihilation policy;
    • Dixie’s dark secret: rich, black slaveholders;
    • Memoirs of a Rebel private;
    • The Cherokee general;
    • The Missouri exodus;
    • The cultural cleansing of the South;
    • Maryland state song on the chopping block;
    • The Jim Crow double-cross and more!

    We need to get as many copies of this special expanded edition of THE BARNES REVIEW  into the hands of as many people as possible, and you can help us in this endeavor for the sake of true history, our past and our future.