Southside View of Slavery - Student's Companion

Southside View of Slavery - Student's Companion

by Robert W. Watson
Publisher: Smarr Publishers
©2006, Item: 21906
Consumable Workbook, 37 pages
Current Retail Price: $9.95

PLEASE NOTE: this is your last chance to buy this book. We will NOT be buying it again. Also, this book is NOT RETURNABLE, and SOLD AS-IS. It may have defects, such as highlighting, torn pages or loose cover.

While reading this book, the reader will be forced to re-examine all of the officially accepted "facts" about slavery as it was practiced in the United States, and particularly in the South. The past 135 years since the War against Southern Independence have provided the conqueror in that conflict sufficient time to weave his own tales and myths. The intended audience was the radical abolitionists, and Adams hoped to quell the zealots by revealing to them his experience in the South during his convalescence in 1854. Adams's conclusion was that the South was accomplishing more to end slavery without the interference of Northerners and that the South should be left alone to solve the issue of slavery.

Please Note:

In this guide Mr. Watson makes assertions as fact that may be considered highly controversial. We have included the most notable examples below.

His overall purpose is not to defend the institution of slavery at the South [sic] (although he does so quite well), but to quell the zealots found among the radical abolitionists. However, Adams is controlled by his Christian nature, recognizing that all things work together for good, because God is sovereign. On the other hand, his intended audience had no Christian scruples, was bent upon rebellion, and used deceit to accomplish its goals, which none were for the good of the African slave. Therefore, one need not ask why Adams's book, which was read by many, did not have a greater influence to divert the secession of the Southern states and their subsequent invasion by the Unionist forces. Like today's socialists in America, the radical abolitionists cared not a bit about truth, but rather used expediency in order to accomplish their agenda for destroying Christianity and its influence in American life. page 1

The direction of all American literature and history since the War against Southern Independence is toward the justification of the invasion and conquering of the Confederate States of America. This justification requires a rewriting of history and the suppression of true facts. Books like the one you are about to read does not support the fabricated myth of a righteous Northern cause against a trumped up brutality of an evil South. page 1
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