Historian Thomas DiLorenzo provides a clear and unpenetrable argument that the states are free to secede whenever they want to. Further, he makes a strong argument that slavery should have been abolished by peaceful means, as it was done all over the world and not by the force of the bayonets and death of over 600,000 people. He, also, provides true account of tyranny during Lincoln rule, suspension of Habeas corpus, suspension of free press, free elections and a warrant issued by Lincoln to arrest the chief judge of the Supreme court for disagreeing with Lincoln.
I believe, that if the northern states were to issue an embargo (ban of sales within the states) on any and all products manufactured by slave labor, the South would have ended slavery very quickly and without the shed of blood of 600,000 people.
Today we are seeing an unprecedented tyranny of the federal government and it might take a secession by one or several states to wake up and shake up the federal government into ending the abuses.
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