Redneck Nation by Michael Graham
How the South Really Won the War

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A wicked concoction of down-home hilarity and scathing political satire is served up in this provocative and entertaining look at the South's pervasive influence on America from one of the nation's funniest political observers.

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Michael Graham spent six years on the national comedy club circuit opening for performers like Jerry Seinfeld and Robin Williams, then spent the next six years as a Republican political consultant. Graham has been a frequent guest on Politically Incorrect and Hardball with Chris Matthews, and he currently hosts an afternoon drive-time talk show on Clear Channel's AM 570 WTNT in Washington, D.C.
Published November 11, 2009 by Grand Central Publishing. 266 pages
Genres: History, Political & Social Sciences, Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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Drawing from his own childhood in Dixie ("a land of few ideas, nearly all of them bad"), his college years at Oral Roberts University (which combined "the intellectual rigor of a Sunday school picnic with the sound theological theories of a slumber party séance") and the 27 years he's spent runni...

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I always enjoy a good joke and tried to play along as best I could given that, had I been at the burning of Columbia, South Carolina, in 1865, my one comment to Sherman would have been, 'You missed a spot.' " "Redneck Nation" is a literary shotgun wedding between George Will and Jer...

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