Oh no .
Don’t you know Lincoln saved the Union?
And it only took the deaths of 600,000 Americans to make it happen.Which was a much larger number than died breaking away from England.It is a good thing Licoln was such an effective leader and President.
I’d bet there were (are) a lot who would have agreed with J.W.Booths words,if not his actions.
Now what other Presidents have been noted for ignoring the will of Congress and rulings of the courts ?
The Treaty of Paris 1783 for some reason recognized the colonies as independent nations.
All off which means the footing of the political entities making up the USA really isn't as clear as you might have imagined.
Other than being responsible for destroying states rights, the Constitution, turning Federalism on its head and being the driving force behind the needless deaths of 600,000 boys, I have no problem with the man.
I stopped reading here.
Ulysses S. Grant considered the Civil War God’s punishment for what the United States did to Mexico in the Mexican-American war