I listen to a southern nationalist podcast by the name of Rebel Yell. where they On one of their episodes they interviewed Dr. Michael Hill of the League of the South.They spoke of the South as a distinct cultural identity, southern reconstruction as a permanent occupation, honor culture, southern intermediary institutions,Tory anarchism and all sorts of interesting topics.
He spoke very highly of you, Murray Rothbard and Clyde Wilson’s involvement in the group.
I’ve always enjoyed your anecdotes about going to John Randolph Club meetings and listen to the great debates and discussions Murray Rothbard and other paleoconservatives had.
Mind telling us any worthwhile stories of when you were in the league?
Any lively discussions or other notable figures?