Slavery, A Case of Black and White.


This question was recently asked ……
” I’ve ALWAYS wondered about, and I’m hoping that some folks more knowledgeable about the times might be able to help –
What was it like in the south, in the confederacy, for FREE black people. I know there HAD to be some, right? “

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Slavery, a case of Black and White


5 Responses to “Slavery, A Case of Black and White.”

  1. Adrian G says:

    Well I wouldn’t defend slavery or racial discrimination whether they were intartangled or not but I DO support the CSA and the restoration of the Confederation of States sovereignty, I know that only a fascist would support with Lincoln did. I’m with Louisiana and the CSAs Liberation.

  2. james says:

    Do not misunderstand: The article is neither to deflect from slavery in any way,nor to justify it, however the whole truth must be revealed and as I have stated before, we must face the truth, even when it is not to our benefit.

  3. Robert Cudny says:

    I can strongly recommend a book by scholars Robert William Fogel and Stanley L. Engerman “Time on the Cross – The Economics of American Negro Slavery”. The authors heavily based their work on original records and documents. This book turns around interpretation of black slavery.

  4. Richard Sutherland says:

    But for the institution of slavery in the South, there would have been no Civil War, aka War of Northern Aggression. Slavery rots everything – the home, the culture, the society. The average black in this country is composed of 19% European blood. Slave masters were impregnating their female slaves with rhythmic regularity, much to the dismay of the slave masters’ wives and family members. The offspring were often sold off as slaves. There is nothing about the Confederacy to revere. I lost two family members fighting for the Confederacy at Shiloh. It was then, as it is now, “a rich man’s war, a poor man’s fight.” Nothing has changed from the outbreak of the Civil War to the invasion of Iraq in 2003.

    • Adrian G says:

      Richard the Confederacy fights for freedom and States sovereignty, slavery would been abolished in the CSA, even if slavery was practiced plenty moral Abolitionist Confederates like General Lee, remember the LEGALITY of it too Citizenship by State in the Confederacy the Liberation of the Confederacy is coming CSAgov. Org

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