U.S. War to Prevent Southern Independence

How Should 12st Century Americans Think about the War for Southern Independence? – Clyde N. Wilson explains the true meaning of the war.  (29 Pages)

General Sherman Had No Mercy For Civilians, Not Even Women – Patsy M. Boyette’s summary in the Olde Kinston Gazette in 1999 of Sherman’s enslaving hundreds of Southern women who were never heard from again.  (5 Pages)

What Is In The Name Of “The Civil War”? — Timothy D. Manning examines the important of how a war is named frames the issue of why a war was fought.  (13 Pages)

The Other Reparations Movement – Thomas J. DiLorenzo examines the desire of the former Confederate States to still be free and collect reparations from the U.S. Government for its rampage of pillaging, plundering, burning and raping Southern women during the War to Prevent Southern Independence.  (6 Pages)

Just War – Murray N. Rothbard gave this talk at the Mises Institute’s Costs of War Conference in Atlanta, May 1994 which was published in the highly recommended book of the same name, edited by John V. Denson.  (20 Pages)

Targeting Civilians – Thomas J. DiLorenzo examines the origin and legal aspects of the USA’s policy of Total War which makes civilians the targets of genocide.  (9 Pages)

Sherman’s March: Final Revenge – Frank Knapp, Jr. tells of Sherman’s revenge and destruction through Columbia, South Carolina.  (30 Pages)

Sherman’s March – Clyde N. Wilson corrects the bogus history of the History Channel’s Sherman myth that presented Sherman’s genocidal march as a benevolent and righteous crusade against evil.  (4 Pages)

Why the Confederacy Never Surrendered – A Southern Nationalist explains the reason why the Confederate government never offered to surrender to the USA once the military of the Confederacy had surrendered.  (22 Pages)

Confederate Truth – Joan Hough explores why The U.S. War to Prevent Southern Independence was fought and why the nature of the Radical Republicans is never called into question.  (20 Pages)

Origin of the Late War – The Honorable R.M.T. Hunter wrote this in 1876 for the Southern Historical Society Papers to inform those with but little knowledge that this war was not about slavery but about much larger issues.  (16 Pages)

American Federalism and the Civil War – Lord Action’s lecture delivered in 1866 in wonderment that the USA was so destructive to itself.  (22 Pages)

The Material Decline of the South in the Union – Edward A. Pollard explains the shift in power within the USA as the numerical majority of the North the South held long in check by superior and consummate political skill gave way to a northern majority that left the South open to political plunder and financial ruin.  (13 Pages)

A Response to Loewen Shattering the Northern Myths of Glory – Leonard M. Scruggs responds to the High Priest of political correctness at the Washington Post.  (10 Pages)

Virginia’s Black Confederates – Walter E. Williams tells the story that brainwashed Marxists refuse to admit.  (4 Pages)

Wanted: The Hidden History of Lincoln’s Assassin John Wilkes Booth – Pat Shannon explains how Booth escaped and lived for decades following the Lincoln Assassination. (22 Pages)

The Roswell Women – Tommie Phillips LavCavera tells of the enslavement of white Southern women from Roswell< Georgia by the U.S. Government during the war. (7 Pages)

“The Myth of the Myth of the Lost cause” Myth? What Myth? – Bill Vallente examines the unspoken truths behind the lies and cover-ups about U.S. War to Prevent Southern Independence. (38 Pages)

Why We Must Seek to determine the Causes of the War of Secession – Valerie Protopapas examines the assault on Southern people and their culture. (5 Pages)

Bias in Academic and the Cases of Nat Turner & John Brown – Prof. Ray Goodwin examines the indoctrination of students with establishment and anti-truth ideology. (12 Pages)

The Struggle For Memory – Excerpts from remarks celebrating Confederate Memorial Day at the Old Warrenton Cemetery Confederate Gravesite. (6 Pages)

The Civil War in the United States – Karl Marx explains the communist spin on the destruction of the U.S. Republic. (12 Pages)

Twelve Reasons We Don’t WANT to Believe in Black Confederates – From the Truth about Black Confederates website about an inconvenient non-CP truth. (12 Pages)

The Calamity of Appomattox – H.L. Mencken in 1930 takes a positive view on the possible consequences of a Confederate victory in the U.S. War to Prevent Southern Independence. (5 Pages)

How The South Might Have Won ‘Lincoln’s War’ – Pat Shannan, giving hints on how the South might have won the war, believes the States would have been better off had the South won the war. (21 Pages)

South Carolina Takes Back Her FortJohn C. Whatley talks about the true nature of what happened at Fort Sumter. (4 Pages)

How The South Might Have Won ‘Lincoln’s War’ – Pat Shannan believes that U.S. would have been better had the South won the war and examines the strategies that might have brought the Confederacy victory and analyzes those that failed. (12 Pages)

Civil War and the American Political-Economy – Joseph R. Stromberg assesses in largely material terms the political-economic system arising during and after the American Civil War. (11 Pages)

Boy Martyr if the Confederacy Remembered – Danny Honnell presents the Memorial Speech at Mt. Holly Cemetery Little Rock, Arkansas honoring 17-year old David Owen Dodd who was hanged by the U.A. Army. (9 Pages)

Paul Grugman’s ‘Civil War’ Fantasies – Thomas J. DiLorenzo answer’s the accusations against the South made by Paul Grugman, Nobel laureate, who is a New York Times columnist. (5 Pages)

Lest They Be Forgotten: The Origin of Memorial Day – Article from the May 1893 issue of The Confederate Veteran.

The Immortal 600 – Bob Hurst discusses why we honor six hundred Confederate officer prisoners who were subjected to incredible hardships and mistreatment but still displayed incredible courage and Christian concern for their fellow prisoners. (6 Pages)

Rewriting Economic History – Thomas J. DiLorenzo refutes the popular notion that economics had nothing to do with the U.S. War to Prevent Southern Independence. (7 Pages)

The Numbers War Between the States: New Research Questions Who in the Confederacy Had the Most War Dead – Cameron McWhirter reviews new studies reviewing the number of military deaths suffered by Virginians and North Carolinians. (12 Pages)

The Grand Bargain – Valerie Protopapas reviews the deteriorating understanding between northerners and Souotherners. (6 Pages)

The Official Politically-Correct Cause of the ‘Civil War’ – Thomas J. DiLorenzo challenges the “one cause” view of the U.S. War to Prevent Soouthern Independence. (6 Pages)

The Turbulent 1850-1860 Decade – John Suskey’s presentation to the 2nd Florida Volunteers Living History, Inc.’s Civil War Roundtable. (24 Pages)

The Truth of the War Conspiracy – H.W. Johnstone tells the true story of Lincoln’s work to start a war with the CSA. (56 Pages)

The Bloody Hinge of American History – Robert Higgs discusses the importance of and consequences of the U.S. War to Prevent Southern Independence. (19 Pages)

Abe Lincoln’s Legacy: Leviathan’s Bondage of All Americans – Scott Lararowitz explains the scheme to enslave all American labour. (7 Pages)

A Moral Accounting of the Union and the Confederacy – Donald W. Livingston writes of the evils of consolidated government and the abuses of empire. (58 Pages)

Why The War Was Not About Slavery – Donald W. Livingston on the real causes of the U.S. War to Prevent Southern Independence. (37 Pages)

The Origin of the Cross of Saint Andrew – Devereaux D. Cannon, Jr. on the origin of the Confederate Battle Flag symbol. (3 Pages)

U.S. Genocide of Southern Civilians – Timothy D. Manning’s talk of U.S. atrocities committed against its own people. (27 Pages)

The Birth of a Nation – Mark Royden Winchell’s examines D.W. Griffith epic movie about the “Reconstruction” period. (20 Pages)

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