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The Truth About Slavery

The Truth about Slavery by Gary C. Walker "To the victor go the spoils." The Yankees won the war and they have written the history of slavery the way they wanted it to be. They want you to believe that white Southern owners were evil demons venting their brutality and lust on the innocent slaves: that the Yankees were the saviors of the poor oppressed slaves. Historical evidence and sound logic te...

Paperback: 302 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; Fourth edition (December 23, 2012)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1481173081
ISBN-13: 978-1481173087
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.7 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 4511684
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“Most of what is taken as common knowledge about slavery is lies and propaganda. There are many good books about this. Unfortunately, this isn't one of them. Walker tends to dance around the subject in vague terms, often offering his opinion withou...”

l a completely different story. The Yankees owned as many black slaves during the Colonial Period as did the South, and always owned more white slaves (“indentured servants”). It was the Yankees who hated the South, slavery, and the black man. All Yankee states had laws forbidding free blacks from staying on their soil. Northern anti-slavery societies excluded blacks from membership. The Underground Railroad was a failure because it was a road to "nowhere." The author tells you why the South could make money from slavery and the North couldn't. This amazing book answers the questions no one else could! “How could learned delegates from thirteen colonies sign a Declaration stating, ‘All men are created equal?’” “Why didn’t the slaves revolt?” “Why did both master and slave talk of caring and loyalty?” Take a new look at an old institution and you will find truth, not lies; love not hate. There is no cause for white guilt or black anger when it comes to the institution of slavery! Over 300 pages of facts and truth you have never heard!