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Slavery Was Not the Cause of the War Between the

Slavery Was Not the Cause of the War Between the States: The Irrefutable Argument.

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Galleon Product ID 17659396
UPC / ISBN 0985363274
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Manufacturer Gene Jr Kizer
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Product Description This book proves beyond the shadow of a doubt that the North did not go to war to free the slaves or end slavery.The North went to war because it faced economic annihilation and a Southern competitor that controlled the most demanded commodity on earth: cotton. The North's economy was based mostly on manufacturing for the South and shipping Southern cotton around the world. Cotton alone was 60% of U.S. exports in 1860. When the South seceded, the Northern economy began a dramatic collapse, and by war time, there were hundreds of thousands of hungry, unemployed Northerners in the street --- and the "tocsin of war" sounded.Economically ignorant Northern leaders then passed the astronomical Morrill Tariff that threatened to destroy the Northern shipping industry by rerouting trade away from the high-tariff North and into the low-tariff South. The Morrill Tariff was like pumping gasoline into an already raging fire.Abraham Lincoln was the first sectional president in American history. He was president of the North, and the North was clamoring for war. He saw an opportunity to start it without appearing to be the aggressor, so he took it. Thus, he started a war that killed 800,000 men and wounded a million.The idea that the good North was so outraged over slavery that they marched armies into the South to free the slaves is an absurdity of biblical proportions and this book proves it.This is an exciting, fast-paced 360 page book using over 200 sources with everything cited in footnotes and a bibliography.Part I proves that the economic annihilation of the North was what drove Lincoln to start the war. Part II proves the right of secession, which Horace Greeley believed in until he realized that secession meant an economic catastrophe for the North. Part III is the famous treatise by Charles W. Ramsdell, "Lincoln and Fort Sumter," which proves conclusively that Abraham Lincoln started the War Between the States.Slavery was not the cause of the War Between the States, and this book makes the irrefutable argument.Here's what Dr. Clyde N. Wilson says about this book:Historians used to know - and it was not too long ago - that the War Between the States had more to do with economics than it did with slavery. The current obsession with slavery as the “cause” of the war rests not on evidence but on ideological considerations of the present day. Gene Kizer has provided us with the conclusive case that the invasion of the Southern States by Lincoln and his party (a minority of the American people) was due to an agenda of economic domination and not to some benevolent concern for slaves. This book is rich in evidence and telling quotations and ought to be on every Southern bookshelf.Clyde N. Wilson,Emeritus Distinguished Professor of History,University of South Carolina. About the Author Gene Kizer, Jr. graduated magna cum laude from the College of Charleston in 2000 at middle age with History Departmental Honors and the highest award for the History Department, the Outstanding Student Award. He won the Rebecca Motte American History Award the year before. He is author of The Elements of Academic Success, How to Graduate Magna Cum Laude from College (or how to just graduate, PERIOD!), and Charleston, SC Short Stories, Book One. He lives on James Island in Charleston where he is also broker-in-charge of Charleston Saltwater Realty.