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How Alexander Hamilton Screwed Up America
Hamilton was no American hero, says author Brion McClanahan. In fact, he spent his life working to make sure citizens and states could not hold the federal government accountable. His policies set a path for presidents to launch secret and illegal wars. And he wanted to make sure American citizens couldn't do a thing to stop the government's overreach.
"Secession by the joint action of the slave-holding States is the only efficient remedy for the aggravated wrongs which they now endure and the enormous evils which threaten them in future, from the usurped and unrestrained power of the Federal Government." Bulletin of the New York Public Library, vol. xiv, No. 4, p. 240. A History of the United States by Edward Channing,, Volume VI, The War for Southern Independence - 1849-1865
Shotwell Publishing - Southern without Apology
Dixie Rising: Rules for Rebels
By James Ronald Kennedy (02/2017)
Dixie Rising provides the tools by which activists can change the current situation and move towards restoring the original Constitutional federal union of self-governing States that our forefathers established. If such a program succeeds, it will be a boon not only to Southerners but to all freedom-loving Americans.
Why The Solid South? (1890)
Reconstruction and Its Results by State
by Hilary Herbert M. C. Alabama (pdf download)
Slavery Was Not the Cause
of the War Between the States
by Gene Kizer, Jr.
9 Presidents Who Screwed Up America:
And Four Who Tried to Save Her
by Brion McClanahan (Author)
Civil War Alabama Hardcover – March 22, 2016
by Christopher Lyle McIlwain Sr.
The South Under Siege 1830 - 2000
A History of the Relations Between the North and the South
by Frank Conner
"Pale Blue Light"
by Skip Tucker
Road To Serfdom"
"Confederate Wizards of the Saddle"
Surrender means that the history of this heroic struggle will be written by the enemy; that our youth will be trained by Northern school teachers; will learn from Northern school books their version of the War; will be impressed by all the influences of history and education to regard our gallant dead as traitors, and our maimed veterans as fit subjects for derision. General Patrick R. Cleburne, CSA