Exactly. There are too many "simple explanations" based on assumptions, and passed down dogma, particularly in relation to cause and aftermath in relating Civil War history. We are trying to understand a story from the only source, their writings. We cannot understand this history fully and never will,- its like listening to one side of a phone conversation or only listening to a movie, there is no comprehension of all the facts to us. But yet, historians and writers have and will continue to take the simple path of "impatient determination" instead of the longer and difficult road of methodical analysis. It is very important that history is corrected, too much is used politically to make future decisions, and persuade ideology. Incredably, the very short period of time we know as the American Civil War has had enduring ramifications that move social policies and laws to even this day.