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The War the South was Forced to Fight

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This is the story is about America's serpentine journey to regional growth and global significance and the simultaneous victimization of the South, which that journey engendered. Expansion of the nation, accompanied by consistent and continuous escalation of Northern machinations and assault that threatened the imminent marginalization of the South's political stature and eradication of its slavery system, motivated and fueled secessionist fervor . . . a recourse fortified by the failure of the Federal Government to honor and enforce the South's inalienable rights guaranteed by the U. S. Constitution.

Incorporated within that account is the depiction of the development and political emergence of Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis and an undistorted appraisal of their individualities and their performances as opposing American presidents in the Civil War that the South was forced to fight.

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