Evidence makes Clear that Southern Leaders Went to War to Protect Slavery

Slavery: Past and Present

The Supreme Court Case That Proves the Antebellum South Wasn’t Really Concerned With States’ Rights | TIME

“A look at the declarations of secession conventions, newspaper editorials, and political speeches from 1860-61 makes clear that southern leaders seceded and went to war to protect slavery and tamp down fears of racial equality.”

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