Slavery and Lincoln’s War
Slavery and Lincoln’s War is currently “Out of Print”. There are limited copied available at Amazon.com.
The second edition is due to be published in April, 2012.
Most Americans have tunnel vision when it comes to American slavery and the Civil War. There are facts about each that many of us have not read, have not been taught, and have not even imagined.
Why is that?
Think about it. How many of us believe, for example, that the South started the war in order to retain slavery? Yet ninety-four percent of the southern population did not own slaves. Nor did they want slaves.
Slavery and Lincoln’s War will take you on the same enlightening journey author Spencer Gantt travelled after reading two seminal works: The Redneck Manifesto and The South Was Right! He presents you here with all of the facts, all equally weighed, so that you can make your own decisions as to what really is the truth about the North, the South, slavery and Abraham Lincoln.
Find out who trafficked slaves to the North American shores. Learn how the Union Army conducted a war against civilians. This book will shed new light on the complicity of many who have claimed to be “pure and without sin” when it comes to these two American evils, slavery and Lincoln’s war.
Slavery and Lincoln’s War also contains a thoroughly researched and extensive bibliography for further reading in this subject.
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Slavery AND Lincoln’s Unnecessary, Unconstitutional, Uncivil WAR and Aftermath
by Spencer Gantt
- Paperback: 224 pages
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1432753681
- ISBN-13: 978-1432753689
- Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches
Read inside Spencer’s book:
|Striving for Peace||27|
|The Crittenden Compromise||32|
|The First Inaugural||38|
|Resupply or Reinforce Fort Sumter||41|
|The Cabinet Meeting||44|
|A Starving Garrison||48|
|Gustavas Vasa Fox||54|
|One Last Try||56|
|Between a Rock and a Hard Place||59|
|Fox to Charleston||63|
|Lamon to Charleston||66|
|Talbot and Chew to Charleston||70|
|The Fleets Sail||72|
|Reaction at the North||77|
|Lincoln and the Constitution||83|
|Reign of Terror||94|
|The Emancipation Proclamation||98|
|The Loyal Opposition||103|
History is five facts … what, when, where, who and who said.
The enslavement of the black race began in … Africa.
I am not … in favor of making voters or jurors of negroes … nor to intermarry with white people.
I prefer compromise to war. I prefer concession to a dissolution of the Union. Why not allow the people to pass (vote) upon these questions?
The Philadelphia Press on March 18 demanded a war by calling for a blockade of all Southern ports.
I am satisfied with the existing arrangement.
Baldwin reported to Lincoln that Virginia wanted to stay in the Union and that this would help keep the other border (slave) states from seceding.
The first of Captain Fox’s vessels were leaving New York Harbor at the very hour that the South was notified of their existence.
I don’t intend precisely to throw the Virgin Mary overboard, and by that I mean the Constitution, but I will stick it into the hole if I can.
Bear in mind this is not Gestapo Germany or the Gulags of Russia we’re talking about. This is the good ol’ USA, Lincoln style.
“Secessionists” would have meant any New York Democrats with the thought of voting for McClellan.
There was never a good war, or a bad peace.