Recently, I had the pleasure to speak with Valerie Protopapas. She is editor of the Southern Cavalry Review for the Stuart-Mosby Society, has written for The Free Magnolia and frequently writes for The Southern War Room. She has also been cited as an expert by Dr Thomas DiLorenzo on the subject of Union war crimes against Southerners. In this interview she speaks about how she as a New Yorker became interested in Southern heritage, her fascination with Confederate Colonel John S Mosby, the end of the Grand Bargain and the onset of the politically-correct age.
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