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by Albert Taylor Bledsoe
originally published in 1866
reprinted in 2016 by
The Confederate Reprint Company
paperback; 262 pages

The War of 1861-65 was waged so that a theory could triumph — the Story-Webster theory of a consolidated nation made up of the people of the United States in an aggregate capacity. However, a triumphant theory is far from a proven fact. Another excellent work by Dr. Bledsoe, this book does a fine job of answering the question, “Was secession a constitutional right previous to the War of 1861?” and demonstrates how a false premise can never lead to a true conclusion, no matter how much effort — or blood — is spent to bring it to that end.

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Is Davis a Traitor? Secession as a Constitutional Right Previous to 1861
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