Was The Union Army's Invasion Of The Confederate States A Lawful...

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It is ©1998 by the Ludwig von Mises Institute. All rights reserved. On 27 May 1861, the army of the United States of America (the Union) ? a nation which had been formed by consecutive secessions, first from Great Britain in 1776, and then from itself in 1788 ? invaded the State of Virginia,1 which had itself recently seceded from the Union, in an effort to negate Virginia's secession by violent force...
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The Civil War ended slavery, left the South in economic ruins, and set the stage for twelve years of military rule. Beyond its immediate effects, the Civil War also made drastic changes in politics and law that continue to shape our world 130 years later. Arthur Ekirch., Jr. writes: Along with the terrible destruction of life and property suffered in four long years of fighting went tremendous changes in American life and thought, especially a decline in [classical] liberalism on all questions save that of slavery...
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