Puritans, part 4: Yankee sanctification
"It was my first introduction to damn Yankees," my oldest sister remarked of her first semester at James Madison University in the fall of 1982. It was here, at this university nestled in the mountains of Virginia and named after one of the state's most famous sons, that my sister's Northern dormitory suite-mates were horrified...
Gotta progressively cleanse the pests
“Yankee Puritanism" speaks of the Union’s toxic cocktail of immoral centralized power and its use in attaining allegedly “moral reform” by cannon and bayonet. This political and cultural sanctification is god-awful and is anything but pure.