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  “Civil War” Sesquicentennial

A War to Save the Union      It has been nearly 15 decades since the carnival of blood, euphemistically called the American “Civil War” came to a close. Incredibly expensive, yet it enabled Northern politicians, industrialists, merchants, bankers and their International   Banking handlers to amass immense wealth. They were living the dream of  Hamilton’s, Clay’s […]

“Civil War” Sesquicentennial

by: Rex Miller, a short essay as appeared in a local quarterly publication. .      As the year 2011 approached it became apparent that the observation of the carnival of blood euphemistically called the “Civil War”  was about  to be hawked upon an  unsuspecting public for all the wrong reasons. Not that those who […]

 Bibliography & Recommended Reading

Adams, Charles; When in the Course of Human Events, Roman & Littlefield Publishers, 2000.  Beitzell, Edwin W.; Point Lookout Prison Camp for Confederates, St. Mary’s County Historical Society, 1972.  Bennett, DD, William W.; The Great Revival in the Southern Armies, 1876, reprint Sprinkle Publications 1989.  Benson, Jr., Al and Kennedy, Walter D.; Lincoln’s Marxists, Pelican […]