Harold Crews and Mark Thomey, Board Member of the League of the South, in this podcast talk on what makes Southerners unique and just what traits comprise the Southern identity. Mark begins by commenting on a recent television show he saw on National Geographic. Afterwards they speak on the South's primary distinction. The South either outright rejects or at most only reluctantly accepts Modernism. Southerners embrace hierarchy instead of equality. And the Southerner remains to a large degree rooted to the place of his ancestors. Mark and Harold also discuss some of the cultural and religious aspects of Southern identity. Whether it is the strong literary tradition in the South and the centrality of the Christian faith to Southern identity.