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From Founding Fathers to Fire Eaters

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From Founding Fathers to Fire Eaters

By John Devanny on Oct 30, 2018

A review of From Founding Fathers to Fire-Eaters: The Constitutional Doctrine of States’ Rights in the Old South (Columbia, SC: Shotwell Publishing, 2018) by James Rutledge Roesch.

Mr. James Rutledge Roesch is doing God’s work with the publication of his book, From Founding Fathers to Fire-Eaters: The Constitutional Doctrine of States’ Rights in the Old South.  Riding to the sound of the cannon, Mr. Roesch has charged straight into the fire of the court historians, the apologists for the deep state left, and has scattered their neo-abolitionists nostrums to the winds.  And he has done so in a style that is accessible to the lay reader, and with evidence that the scholar ignores at his peril.  In order to appreciate the importance of this work, a bit of historiography is in order.

Before the 1960s, three schools of thought on the causes of the War Between the States. :snip:     https://www.abbevilleinstitute.org/review/from-founding-fathers-to-fire-eaters/

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"From Founding Fathers to Fire-Eaters: The Constitutional Doctrine of States’ Rights in the Old South"

 

The Right to do what? Own the labor of another person? Asking this does NOT make me a member of the New Left.

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