"I knew a Robert E. Lee named after the Confederate General. He was a black guy who would come into what was a Historic 1960s hippy bar near the University of Washington where I would sometimes drink. At the bar he would sell his homemade…"
"Diana - exactly what I would have pointed out.
Raz - 'Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation was all about destroying the engine of the South's economy (slave labor) as the North was already well industrialized.' - not quite the…"
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"The Northern States, through their majority in the Congress, were constantly trying to raise taxes on Southern States through high tariffs on imported goods. The Morrill Tariff (1861) wasn`t the first, and 3 decades before it`s implementation,…"
"Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation was all about destroying the engine of the South's economy (slave labor) as the North was already well industrialized.
Lincoln didn't care about the slaves it was just another (major) act of war…"
Via: http://www.rulen.com/myths/History books, the media, the school systems, etc abound in falsehoods and inaccuracies of Confederate and Southern history. This fact sheet will help to clarify and dispell some of these rampant inaccuracies. MYTH - The War of 1861 - 1865 was fought over slavery.FACT - Terribly untrue. The North fought the war over money. Plain and simple. When the South started Secession, Lincoln was…See More
There are two most important things in life - Love and money. While there have been millions of creations to define and describe love, there are practically none to explain the nature of money. I have a quotation that comes close to the truth " It matters not who wears the crown. The real king in the background is the one who prints the paper currency and loans to the one with a crown, on interest."