CONFEDERACY 101: AMAZING FACTS YOU NEVER KNEW ABOUT AMERICA’S OLDEST POLITICAL TRADITION
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CONFEDERACY 101: AMAZING FACTS YOU NEVER KNEW ABOUT AMERICA’S OLDEST POLITICAL TRADITION

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Whether you’re a Conservative, Liberal, Libertarian, or Independent, this ground-breaking book is a must-read! Thanks to the ongoing efforts of progressives, the stunning facts about the relationship between conservatism and confederation have been all but lost, hidden beneath an avalanche of misinformation and disinformation created by those who don’t want you to know the truth! Were you aware, for instance, that the United States of America began as a confederacy in 1781, that this was the preferred form of government of the Conservative Founding Fathers, that there were ten Confederate presidents of the U.S. before George Washington, and that the U.S. was literally known as “the Confederate States of America” by both Americans and foreigners well into the 1800s? Did you know that the Southern Confederacy of 1861 was created, not to destroy the Union as pro-North partisans claim, but rather to continue the Founders’ original Confederate States of America, and that this is why the South gave itself this same name? In Confederacy 101: Amazing Facts You Never Knew About America’s Oldest Political Tradition, gives the reader a brief but jam-packed crash course on the history of confederation. Profusely illustrated, thoroughly researched, and clearly written, this enlightening work contains 84 little known, little discussed facts about America’s many confederacies, dating from ancient times into the present. You’ll learn why the Conservative American Founders chose to confederate the original 13 colonies, why Liberals immediately set out to undermine the first Confederate States of America, why small government Conservative Jefferson Davis and the traditional South tried to resuscitate it in 1861, and why big government Liberal Abraham Lincoln and the progressive North went to war in an attempt to crush it. Book size; 5 1/2" x 8 1/2", 130 pages