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Secession of Cali By Joseph P Hradisky Jr
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Bitterness, like cancer, can explode into death To secede, or not to secede, is never the question. The real question is: When are you going to grow up and act like an adult. You know who I am... More > talking about – I think it is time for you to grow up.< Less
ATLAS in REVOLT - American Secession (Bk II) By Gregory C Phillips
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Shea searches to find her husband while the leader of the United States moves to consolidate his power and shred the Constitution. Yet, both are undermined by the efforts of an ambitious bureaucrat... More > who seeks the throne for herself and intends to send the nation deeper into despotism. Together with a former Congressman, Shea creates a movement to challenge the tyranny of the Administration. Emotions run high as those who create the country’s wealth are the ones drowning in exorbitant taxation, while others are satisfied standing in line for government handouts. Not since 1860 has the country been so polarized. “Secession … secession now!” they chant. But will it come to that? In this second installment of the Atlas Series, the factions take sides, and when the ultimate decision must be made, chaos reigns. Can war be far behind?< Less
The North & the South and Secession: An Examination of Cause and Right By Adam S. Miller
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The first of a four part series by Marian Publications examining the great American conflict of the mid-19th century. A unique examination and presentation from a traditional Catholic historical... More > perspective wherein author Adam Miller examines the cultural, political, and circumstantial causes of what is known as the Civil War, and does so from the Catholic and biblical view of authority. He demonstrates that the idea of the "sovereignty of the people" does not justify the right of secession as most Southerners hold. But a true principle in accord with God's revelation and Natural Law does justify the Southern cause. This book explains what it is. Mr. Miller also addresses numerous questions such as: Who actually began the aggression? - Who was constitutionally in the right? - Was the war really fought over slavery as most Americans think? - Was it a "Civil War" in the true sense of the term? An eye-opening book that will cause a stir in many quarters< Less
The North & the South and Secession: An Examination of Cause and Right By Adam S. Miller
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The first of a four part series by Marian Publications examining the great American conflict of the mid-19th century. A unique examination from a traditional Catholic historical perspective wherein... More > the author examines the cultural, political, and circumstantial causes of what is known as the Civil War, and does so from the Catholic and biblical view of authority while making proper philosophical distinctions. He demonstrates that the idea of the "sovereignty of the people" does not justify the right of secession as most Southerners hold. But a true principle in accord with God's revelation and Natural Law does justify the Southern cause. This book explains what it is. Using sound logic Mr. Miller also addresses numerous questions such as: - Who was constitutionally in the right? - Where does political authority actually reside in the United States? - Was the war really fought over slavery as most Americans think? - Was it a "Civil War" in the true sense of the term? An eye-opening book!< Less
The North & the South and Secession: An Examination of Cause and Right By Adam S. Miller
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The first of a four part series by Marian Publications examining the great American conflict of the mid-19th century. A unique examination and presentation from a traditional Catholic historical... More > perspective wherein author Adam Miller examines the cultural, political, and circumstantial causes of what is known as the Civil War, and does so from the Catholic and biblical view of authority. He demonstrates that the idea of the "sovereignty of the people" does not justify the right of secession as most Southerners hold. But a true principle in accord with God's revelation and Natural Law does justify the Southern cause. This book explains what it is. Mr. Miller also addresses numerous questions such as: - Who actually began the aggression? - Who was constitutionally in the right? - Was the war really fought over slavery as most Americans think? - Was it a "Civil War" in the true sense of the term? An eye-opening book that will cause a stir in many quarters< Less
The North & the South and Secession: An Examination of Cause and Right By Adam S. Miller
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In this concise examination of cause and right, Adam S. Miller, using the traditional Christian and biblical principles of authority, using logic, historical fact, and the Constitution,in an... More > easy-to-read manner examines the causes and numerous questions concerning this pivotal conflict in U. S. history. This is the first of a four part series on the conflict between the North and the South. Author Adam Miller examines the cultural, political, and circumstantial causes of what is known as the "Civil War," He demonstrates that the idea of the "sovereignty of the people" does not justify the right of secession as most Southerners hold. But a true principle in accord with God's revelation and Natural Law does justify the Southern cause. This book explains what it is. Using sound logic Mr. Miller also addresses numerous questions such as: - Who actually began the aggression? - Who was constitutionally in the right? - Was the war really fought over slavery as most Americans think? - Was it a "Civil War"< Less
Atlas in Revolt - American Secession (Bk II) By Gregory C Phillips
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Shea searches to find her husband while the leader of the United States moves to consolidate his power and shred the Constitution. Yet, both are undermined by the efforts of an ambitious bureaucrat... More > who seeks the throne for herself and intends to send the nation deeper into despotism. Together with a former Congressman, Shea creates a movement to challenge the tyranny of the Administration. Emotions run high as those who create the country’s wealth are the ones drowning in exorbitant taxation, while others are satisfied standing in line for government handouts. Not since 1860 has the country been so polarized. “Secession … secession now!” they chant. But will it come to that? In this second installment of the Atlas Series, the factions take sides, and when the ultimate decision must be made, chaos reigns. Can war be far behind?< Less
Blue jackets of '61: A history of the navy in the war of secession By Willis J. Abbot
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Born in New Haven, Connecticut to Waldo Abbot and Julia Holmes, he was a graduate of the University of Michigan in 1884. He was married to Marie A. Mack in 1887 and became managing editor of the... More > Chicago Times during 1892–93. In 1896–8 he was editor for the New York Journal. In 1905 he joined the New York American.[1] Abbot wrote for the Hearst's New York Journal in 1921. Later, he was named the editor of Christian Science Monitor, a position which he held from 1922 to 1927. He had a brief career in politics leading the movement for Ethics Enforcement with Herbert Bayard Swope working on the constitution of the ANSE. All these actions taken towards ethics amelioration was seen negatively by president Hopwood. Throughout this ethics debate. W. J. Abbot was on the board of directors of ANSE.< Less
Nullification, Secession, Webster's Argument, and the Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions Considered in Reference to the Constitution and Historically By Caleb William Loring
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The Senate and Secession: Speeches from Dec. 3, 1860-July 10, 1861 Vol. I By Scott A. Schudy
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The 3-volume set is an edited collection of Senate speeches in the months before the firing on Fort Sumter in April 1861.

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