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Re: The "Corner-stone Speech" by A. Stephens

It's interesting that such frank discussions on slavery (from those Southerners who were so interested in keeping the institution), disappeared once the war was over. Like so many try to do today, they cover everything with "States Rights" as the cause of the war.

Kevin Dally

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