(vid) The Civil War was Not for Slavery – Prayer U Video Refuted

For me at least, the speaker is difficult to follow, since a lot of this information is new to me, and because of his speaking style, so I often stopped the video and read the quotes for myself.

Most of this makes sense. Though, I’ve often thought that tariffs were a good thing, helping domestic production and financing the government without the need for an income tax.

I hope James Perloff takes this subject on. He would take this to a new level of understanding for many.

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The Civil War was Not for Slavery

Published on Jan 15, 2017

The Civil War was NOT a war for slavery rebuttal to Prager University video that falsely claims the Civil War was about slavery. More stories about banning the Confederate flag and removing other history at http://ConservativeAmmo.com/RemoveHis…

The reason slavery is the popular justification for the Civil War, is that it’s the only way to excuse the gross amount of illegal actions taken by Lincoln for engaging in a war to prevent the Confederacy from having the right to govern themselves. The Civil War was an illegal war, carried out by the North to retain America’s biggest cash crops: cotton and tobacco, and to justify it, the North came up with one of the great lies of history.

Sources in video:
Prager University video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pcy7q…

Lincoln’s Comments on Blacks in the 4th Lincoln-Douglas Debate (Page 50) http://thekeep.eiu.edu/cgi/viewconten…

http://www.amazon.com/When-Course-Hum…
http://www.amazon.com/The-South-under…
http://www.amazon.com/The-Real-Lincol…
http://www.amazon.com/North-against-S…
http://www.amazon.com/Tariffs-Blockad…
http://www.amazon.com/For-Good-Evil-I…
http://www.ashevilletribune.com/archi…
http://www.madisonjournaltoday.com/ar…
http://www.amazon.com/Rethinking-Amer…

Responses to most popular objections in the bottom of description:

Comment
1, Everyone knows the Civil War was for slavery, or so-and-so expert says the Civil War was about slavery or this random guy on YouTube is not an expert

Response: Fallacy of Faulty Appeal of Authority—arguing that a claim is true because someone else believes it

Comment: This guy is a neo-Confederate, or this is the Southern Lost Cause on YouTube

Response: This is a Circumstantial Ad hominem- claiming a person is motivated to make an argument, and therefore, it can’t be true.

Most all other comments that object to the video either present evidence that was debunked in the video (because they probably didn’t watch the whole video) or are not responding to something that was said in the video

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