From Slave To Untouchable: Lincoln's Solution

by Paul Kalra

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From Slave to Untouchable: Lincoln's Solution challenges the assumption that the Civil War was fought to end black slavery. Author Paul Kalra presents a convincing argument that by far the bloodiest war the U.S. has waged could have been avoided had slaveholders adopted the Catholic slave code, whic.....more


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From Slave to Untouchable: Lincoln's Solution challenges the assumption that the Civil War was fought to end black slavery. Author Paul Kalra presents a convincing argument that by far the bloodiest war the U.S. has waged could have been avoided had slaveholders adopted the Catholic slave code, which recognized the humanity of slaves. By adopting the Protestant slave code and framing it into an undemocratic Constitution, slaveholders created distinct slaveholder and non-slaveholder classes, and denied blacks citizenship. This inevitably led to economic and political dilemmas that became insurmountable once immigrants flooded the slave-free North and Lincoln was elected President.

Foreword by Congressman Jesse L. Jackson, Jr.

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ISBN 9780964717374
Category History
Language English
Edition First
Published in 2010
Publisher Antenna Publishing Co.
Condition Brand New
Pages 302
Width 0.0 inches
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