Slavery Was Not the Cause of the War Between the States, The Irrefutable Argument. – by Gene Kizer, Jr.
I am proud to announce a powerful new 250-page softcover book with citation, using over 140 sources that are listed in a bibliography. There are 56 sample pages on www.BonnieBluePublishing.com and a PDF file of sample pages that can be saved and emailed.
ISBN: 978-0-9853632-7-7 (softcover print)
ISBN: 978-0-9853632-6-0 (eBook)
Published by Charleston Athenaeum Press
August 26, 2014
6 x 9" with illustrations
Softcover print: $17.95
Includes the famous treatise Lincoln and Fort Sumter
by Charles W. Ramsdell
Includes "The Right of Secession" and detailed chronology of the secession debate in the South with speeches, convention dates, documents, ratification votes, etc., amidst the national drama leading up to the war
The plan is to start shipping ASAP but no later than the author’s birthday,August 26, 2014
Pre-Publication Promotion for the softcover print edition
The first thousand copies will be numbered and signed by the author
Now you will know why Abraham Lincoln insisted that the war was about preserving the Union. He had to preserve the Union or the Northern economy would be annihilated because its success was based on manufacturing and shipping for the South. Without the South, the North was dead, bankrupt, millions unemployed, etc., and that’s why Mr. Lincoln started his war.
I also prove, beyond the shadow of a doubt, that the North did not go to war to end slavery or free the slaves.
For example, if the North had gone to war to free the slaves, it would have started by passing a constitutional amendment abolishing slavery since there were more slave states in the Union (8) than in the Confederacy (7) when the war started.
The Northern Congress did the opposite. It overwhelmingly passed the Corwin Amendment leaving black people in slavery forever, even beyond the reach of Congress. This alone proves, unequivocally, that the North did not go to war to end slavery or free the slaves.
There is much much more in a fast-paced, well-documented, compelling argument that shows clearly why slavery was not the cause of the War Between the States.
Magna est veritas et praevalet
(Great is truth and it prevails)
Gene Kizer, Jr.
Charleston Athenaeum Press
P.O. Box 13012
Charleston, SC 29422-3012