Southern Independence: Why War?

The War to Prevent Southern Independence

Charles T. Pace

The “American Civil War” was not a “Civil War” and everyone knows it, yet the use of this misleading and inaccurate designation is almost universal in the English speaking world. Dr. Charles T. Pace has been the first to use a precisely accurate term for the U.S. “Civil War”: The War to Prevent Southern Independence.

In this work he traces how what he calls the Northern Money Party preferred war to allowing the South to get free of its economic domination. He reveals aspects of Abraham Lincoln’s life and actions that even Prof. Thomas DiLorenzo missed. Along the way, reflecting on his long career as a family physician in North Carolina, the author describes what was good in a Southern life shared by blacks and whites over many generations.

Paperback ISBN: 978-0692713778

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