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Not on the Palouse, Not Ever is dedicated to documenting and exposing local ties to any organizations that preach racism, intolerance, or urge a theocratic form of government.
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|Paul Kimmell Submits Robert E. Lee as a Leadership Model|
|Paul Kimmell's Concept of Leadership||On August 5, 2004 Paul Kimmell, Executive Director of the Moscow Chamber of Commerce, presented Confederate General Robert E. Lee as a leadership model for the Chamber to emulate.|
|Doug Wilson, Steven Wilkins and Southern Slavery As It Was|
|Southern Slavery As It Was||The pamphlet authored by Steven Wilkins and Douglas Wilson depicting the antebellum south as an extremely friendly, pleasant multi-cultural society.|
|Plagiarism As It Is||As they prepared Southern Slavery As It Was for publication, Douglas Wilson and his co-author, Steven Wilkins, plagiarized extensively from Fogel and Engerman's Time on the Cross: The Economics of American Negro Slavery, a book that was highly criticized by historians of the South.|
|The Petition||A petition, condemning the apparent plagiarism committed by Doug Wilson and Steven Wilkins in the publication of their booklet Southern Slavery As It Was, was distributed for review and signature by local academics.|
|Cary Christian School and Southern Slavery As It Was||North Carolina newspaper article condemning a local school's defense of Southern Slavery As It Was and the school's news release concerning this newspaper article.|
|Slavery's Delights Illusory||Dennis Rogers, Staff Writer for the News and Observer (Raleigh, North Carolina) condemns Southern Slavery As It Was as lunacy.|
|American Slavery As It Is: Testimony of a Thousand Witnesses (1839)||A testimonial to the times as they really were. Authored by Theodore Dwight Weld and Angelina and Sarah Grimke in 1839. This is definitely worth the reading.|
|Use of Slavery Booklet in N.C. Criticized by Civil Rights Group||Article written by Sherrel W. Stewart, of BlackAmericaWeb.com, criticizing Southern Slavery As It Was by Douglas Wilson and Steven Wilkins|
|My Town||In 2004 Dr. Michael Hayes of Washington State University, in conjunction with Melissa Saul, created a documentary film titled My Town depicting the culture wars of Moscow, Idaho.|
|"Southern Slavery As It Was" Debate Between Doug Wilson and Dr. Nick Gier||
On January 31, 2007, what was advertised as an open panel discussion concerning Doug Wilson's, and Christ Church's, response to Michael Hayes' film My Town was presented at the Student Union Building on the campus of the University of Idaho. For reasons unexplained the panel discussion was reduced to a one-person (Doug Wilson) presentation followed by a question-and-answer period. One of the most informative and debate-laced interactions of this presentation developed between Doug Wilson and Dr. Nick Gier (Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, University of Idaho).
|Southern Heritage Conferences|
|The Index||Southern Heritage Conferences|
This page lists Rev. Steven Wilkins and George Grant as members