Here's my link: Lincoln's War
Now, you put up some evidence to back up your leaky memory, otherwise, quit repeating what you can't prove.
"Now, you put up some evidence to back up your leaky memory, otherwise, quit repeating what you can't prove."
You'll have to take it as my opinion, based on Napolitano's statements on radio years ago, that he has a less than scholarly approach to history.
This is well demonstrated in your link to Napolitano's book excerpt -- which is chock full of the kind of nonsense we've discussed and debated here over many threads and years.
His account is one-sided in the extreme, leaves out or glosses over most important facts, in order to make a case more favorable to Deep-South slave-holders.
So, I'd say that you can be pleased to have a voice as powerful as Napolitano's on your side, but I saw nothing new that he brought to our on-going debate.