Daily Archives: April 27, 2020

The New Normal

Yesterday I had the opportunity to listen to a much-hyped message that sought to present the experience that we are having during these days of Coronavirus as some kind of new normal that we might have to adjust ourselves too.  … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Course Of The South To Secession

The Course Of The South To Secession, an interpretation by Ulrich Bonnell Phillips, edited by E. Merton Coulter This book is a fascinating one, although it only tells about half of the necessary story or so when it comes to … Continue reading

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Book Review: Sovereignty, Allegiance And Secession

Sovereignty, Allegiance And Secession:  An Essay On The Constitution And  Government Of The United States, by William Hunter If this book is not particularly famous, it certainly presents an astonishing perspective from a writer of the time who is well … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Rebuke Of Secession Doctrines

The Rebuke Of Secession Doctrines, by Southern Statesmen It is unclear exactly what is meant by this short pamphlet published in 1863 and made up of generally familiar material from sources dealing with secession and its justification.  Printed in Philadelphia … Continue reading

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