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The Yankee Problem

An American Dilemma
Narrated by: K.W. Keene
Length: 3 hrs and 49 mins
Categories: History, American
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Granny Clampett, on the TV sitcom The Beverly Hillbillies, described the War Between the States as "when the Yankees invaded America" and, indeed, it was!

Their invasion of America, however, goes back much farther than the conflict of 1861-1865. It began as soon as they dropped their anchor in Plymouth Bay. Since that time, they have meddled, cheated, and lied their way into every nook and cranny of American life.

The Southern people warned others about the radical utopians of New England, and even went to war to get away from them, but to no avail. Now all Americans, not just Southerners, are subject to the whims of "those people" and their never ending mission to recreate, not only America, but the entire world in their bizarre, sanctimonious image.

Dr. Clyde Wilson, in this first installment of The Wilson Files, takes the Yankee problem head on. After decades of historical research and personal observation, he exposes and explains these pesky purveyors of mischief and mayhem! If you want to understand America, American History, and the upside-down dystopian nightmare in which we all live, you have to understand the problem.

We do not have an economic problem, a race problem, a class problem, a gender problem, a toilet access problem, a drug problem, a gun problem, or any other ideological or social problem at the root of America's dysfunctional anticulture; we have a Yankee problem!

©2016 Clyde N. Wilson (P)2017 Shotwell Publishing LLC

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A Pioneering work of Historiography

Clyde Wilson starts what should be a movement toward studying the Northeast as the American “other.” They are a much greater candidate for it than the South is.

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Great info.

While it repeats information at times, it contains a trove of facts that are often times left out . It is a great jumping off point for further research and study.

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