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"Southern Independence: Antidote to Tyranny"

The 20th Annual LS National Conference
Friday & Saturday, 21-22 June 2013

Alabama LS Headquarters and Cultural Center
12814 U.S. Hwy 231, Wetumpka, AL 36092
(just north of Montgomery in Elmore County)

Speaker - Mike Crane - League Board member

Mike Crane, League of the South Board of Directors Born in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Mike Crane has lived and worked in both urban and rural areas in Georgia, North Carolina, Florida and Virginia before settling in Fannin County, Georgia in 1999 with his wife Pamela. Mike has three children and eight grandchildren.

Mr. Crane is a Christian, and is a member of Morganton Baptist Church as well as Chairman of the Fannin County Good Samaritan Benevolence Committee. Mike is the father of three children, and eight grandchildren.

Mr. Crane attended Georgia Institute of Technology. He enjoyed a successful career in computer related fields including holding one patent. Mike provides technical and Internet services for a number of Southern and Christian companies and organisations, including the League of the South. In addition to being a League of the South board member, Mike is also active in the Georgia League of the South; Southern National Congress as a Georgia delegate; Third Vice-Chairman of Southern Party of Georgia; Life member of Sons Of Confederate Veterans; and a Member of Clan Young.

Articles by Mike Crane

What is States' Rights - Part 1

What is States' Rights - Part 2

What is States' Rights - Part 3

What is States' Rights - Part 4

What is States' Rights - Part 5

What is States' Rights - Part 6

What is States' Rights - Part 7


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