The definition of a CONFEDERATE REPUBLIC seems simply to be "an assemblage of societies," or an association of two or more states into one state.
Yet Montesquieu, speaking of this association, says: "Were I to give a model of an excellent Confederate Republic, it would be that of Lycia." Thus we perceive that the distinctions insisted upon were not within the contemplation of this enlightened civilian; and we shall be led to conclude, that they are the novel refinements of an erroneous theory.
Weeks after the band was pulled from the lineup, Pritzker said the use of the Confederate
Flag on the band's album cover isn't tolerated in Illinois because it is a symbol of hate.
Lee, a Confederate
general and slave owner, still stands in Charlottesville, Virginia.
It could be expected that if reciprocity is a side-effect of labor exchange, it would only appear when the experimental participant (not the confederate
) receives the larger earnings for placing the pieces in the peer's puzzle, irrespectively of the induced proportion of reciprocity by the confederate
This new book takes a fresh look at Confederate
plans to free and arm the slaves during the Civil War.
The memorial is the work of one of Ezekiel's ancestors, Moses Jacob Ezekiel--a Confederate
soldier and Jewish sculptor.
"We personally did not want to see the Confederate
brand disappear into the ether." Lee believes the Confederate
name is "no more synonymous with racism than is 'Rebel' or the Confederate
There was a common theme among those against the removal of the Confederate
monument: Don't erase history.
Charlottesville is hoping to follow the lead of other cities, including New Orleans, Louisiana, that recently took down Confederate
The notion that anyone who supports the preservation of Confederate
monuments is a Nazi racist is ludicrous.
Balitimore [USA], Aug 16 ( ANI ): Confederate
statues were removed in Maryland's Baltimore city on Wednesday following white nationalists rally to defend a downtown Confederate
monuments turned deadly in Charlottesville.
The astonishing tale of a personal conflict between a Union major and a Confederate
colonel unfolds in "An Eye for an Eye." The quarrel, which quickly became deeply personal, resulted in a series of vicious retaliatory killings, guerrilla warfare, the eventual intervention of president Abraham Lincoln?and the murder of one of the officers.
Ruscio said in 2014 that he wanted W&L to be a leader in addressing the conflict of emblems; and this year, he forbade a Confederate
heritage group from using the chapel for a rally.
Hughes, who served as a US Navy surface warfare officer and writes about naval history, draws on personal cruise journals, memoirs, official documents of postwar claims against Great Britain for supporting Confederate
commerce raiders, the Official Records of the Union and Confederate
Navies, and contemporary newspapers to tell the story of the Confederate
officers who served on the CSS Shenandoah, a commerce raiding ship captained by James Waddell during the Civil War.