WalMart may have sold off its stock of Confederate flags (except those appearing on the Mississippi state flag), but it still has plenty of pro-Confederacy p.r. The second result on a search of "confederate" at WalMart.com is a book entitled "Confederate South Carolina." You'll not be surprised to learn that the book does not portray Confederate South Carolina as a shithole of barbarity, but rather as a land of pale heroes.
From the amazon.com page for the book (because WalMart doesn't provide a description):
The Civil War never left South Carolina, from its beginning at Fort Sumter in 1861 through the destructive, harrowing days of Sherman's march through the state in 1865. Included here are the stories of Confederate civilians and soldiers who remained true to their cause throughout the perilous struggle. An English aristocrat risked his life to run the blockade and become one of the defenders of Charleston. The Haskells of Abbeville sent seven sons into Confederate service. Many South Carolina women made heart-rending sacrifices, including a disabled woman from Laurens County whose heroic efforts preserved Mount Vernon, the home of George Washington, from wartime ravages. Author Karen Stokes details the lives of men and women whose destinies intertwined with a tragic era in Palmetto State history.
No points for guessing what else these men and women have in common.
The author also writes Confederacy-era romance novels -- one involving a "shocking crime committed at [the hero's] plantation by enemy soldiers" -- and a "non-fiction" book about how Sherman made life tough for certain Palmetto State civilians. She really doesn't like Sherman.
To be fair, WalMart.com also sells books about the Civil War that aren't crap, as well as a Confederate soldier's cap, a biography of Robert E. Lee for young readers which co-stars "Mammy, the Negro nurse," and a poster of Jefferson Davis' inaugural.
WalMart -- and Amazon -- should continue to sell these books, even if most of their intended audience is illiterate, if only to document how delusional living neo-Confederates still are.