Why Secession Was A Legal Act

Why Secession Was A Legal Act

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Why Secession Was A Legal Act


5 Responses to “Why Secession Was A Legal Act”

  1. Myron C. Boice says:

    Seems to be treason to me.

  2. Tyler Williams says:

    CONFEDERATES!!!

    • Adrian G. says:

      Myron C. Boice,
      Did you read it? Because secession couldn’t of been illegal if it wasn’t specifically prohibited. You need to accept the facts for what they are; stop choosing to believe the lies.

  3. Jackie Woodward says:

    Secession was a legal act because the rights of the States was the foundation of our nation. The majority of political power and decisions was held within each individual state. The federal government was initially set up to have minimal power within individual State borders. However, when the federal government begin infringing upon the individual State rights, in this case trying to abolish slavery, the individual States were within their legal right to secede. The federal government became concerned about losing the taxes that the Southern States paid (which was the bulk of the fed’s income), along with the extremely important materials that came from the South, like cotton and tobacco. This is what the Civil War was about. Slavery was not the reason – that was a publicity campaign run by the Union.

    • Adrian G. says:

      Well said. Are you signed up as a Confederate State Citizen on this website? We need the Citizens signed up so we can get our elections held so we can reseat the CSA Government and the State Governments and then we will work from there towards peaceful liberation of the Confederate States of America!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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