That’s What I Say By Bill Kauffman - June 25, 2013 3 Reading Time: < 1 Facebook Twitter Email Print The great Ray Sawhill innerviews me for Uncouth Reflections. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR The Nightstand From the Village Square to the Global Village—and Back? The Stump The Death of a Justice and the Hope of Magnanimous Statesmanship Short Book Exhibit, Bison, and Homeschooling Politics & Power Anti-Prophets of Doom: A Review of Michael Shellenberger’s Apocalypse Never The Nightstand Learning to Live a Second Life in Two Stories by John Berger and Wendell Berry Region & Place The Roots of an American Mover 3 COMMENTS Terrific interview, Bill, more expansive and informative than the last one you posted, though I think that one’s pretty good, too. You know, Ron Maxwell attended a Rockford Institute function some goodly time back. I think it was a summer school and that he talked to us as you did on another occasion (or was it the same?), though I can’t recall the subject. While I was reading you expatiating on the Civil War, I thought of a book that, if you’ve not read it, I highly recommend. It’s Bitterly Divided by David Williams, and it’s about dissent in the deep South during the war. Williams seems to have made the topic into his own cottage industry, and he certainly likes to document what he writes so that the myth of a solid Dixie, before, during, and after the war is buried with a cheroot driven through its lying heart. Thanks, Ray–I’ve put Williams’s book on my list. “We all plan to reduce the depressing consequences of items with the natural environment via growing reuse and recycling. The key element is to generate cloth reusing a convenient component of everyday living,” mentioned Mattias Wallander, CEO with USAgain. “Clothes recycle services will get interest with organizations which has a purpose to extend their complete squander diversion ranks and we’re functioning carefully to aid with the target”. Comments are closed.