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    Quote Originally Posted by JimL View Post
    Yeah, and the right the south was fighting for was the right to maintain slavery.

    States rights was a canard, and everybody knows it!
    You're CRAZY! It was about STATES RIGHTS and EVERYBODY KNOWS IT!!!!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Cow Poke View Post
    You're CRAZY! It was about STATES RIGHTS and EVERYBODY KNOWS IT!!!!!



    (Jim, this will be one of the very few times that I'm arguing from a sense of duty and frustration, not from fact)
    You are both right!

    The reason there was a war was because part of the USA decided to split off into their own country. The reason for that was to keep slavery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teallaura View Post
    Concede what fell?


    More than one historian has noted that while the South lost the war in many ways they won the peace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparko View Post
    You are both right!

    The reason there was a war was because part of the USA decided to split off into their own country. The reason for that was to keep slavery.
    That's it in a shut nell!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rogue06 View Post
    More than one historian has noted that while the South lost the war in many ways they won the peace.
    In what way? Slavery was abolished, and states' rights took a big hit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimL View Post
    Tea, that's not true, there was a republican party in the south, they weren't as popular as democrats, but they were there long before the civil rights movement ended as shown in your own 1964 CRA voting stats.
    She never said there weren't any Republicans

    She said that their sudden rise in popularity began well after the Civil Rights era.

    Quote Originally Posted by JimL View Post
    Who's they. The Dixiecrats couldn't be considered democrats since they split from the democrats and their nominee (Truman) and nominated their own Presidential candidate (Strom Thurmond). And btw, though the Dixiecrats and Strom Thurmond lost the election, they got a substantial portion of the southern vote. Strom Thurmond himself became a republican 16 years later in defiance of Johnsons 1964 signing of the CRA. So to argue that "the south didn't begin revolting against and leaving the democrat party until long after the civil rights movement was over is ridiculous.
    Thurmond in many ways was the exception to the rule (there were a few others). The vast majority went right back into the Democrat fold and stayed there for the rest of their lives.

    The fact is that if it weren't for the Republican Party almost none of the Civil Rights legislation from the 50s and 60s would have ever passed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by One Bad Pig View Post
    In what way? Slavery was abolished, and states' rights took a big hit.


    Three times I wrote responses and three times my computer dumped them.

    So I'll try one more time but this time briefly.

    For one the South was, especially after Reconstruction successfully able to persistently defy the North's attempts to remake the South into a model of the North and completely rehabilitate former slaves. After Reconstruction blacks in the South were little better off than they had been during slavery days with the exception that they were now free -- or maybe it should be said freer. The South in many ways created a new form of slavery with the rise of the Jim Crow system which included the "Black Codes" (laws which tightly restricted what, where and even who blacks could be) and which were kept in place by poll taxes and tests designed to keep blacks from voting.

    If you want a more detailed answer I suggest Googling "south lost the war but won the peace."

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    Quote Originally Posted by rogue06 View Post


    Three times I wrote responses and three times my computer dumped them.

    So I'll try one more time but this time briefly.

    For one the South was, especially after Reconstruction successfully able to persistently defy the North's attempts to remake the South into a model of the North and completely rehabilitate former slaves. After Reconstruction blacks in the South were little better off than they had been during slavery days with the exception that they were now free -- or maybe it should be said freer. The South in many ways created a new form of slavery with the rise of the Jim Crow system which included the "Black Codes" (laws which tightly restricted what, where and even who blacks could be) and which were kept in place by poll taxes and tests designed to keep blacks from voting.

    If you want a more detailed answer I suggest Googling "south lost the war but won the peace."
    Well, sorta. I don't think the North's goal during the war was Reconstruction/remaking the South into a model of the North, and the war at the very least halted the spread of slavery elsewhere. Further, Jim Crow didn't last forever. The idea that the south won the peace is a bit disingenuous, IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimL View Post
    Tea, that's not true, there was a republican party in the south, they weren't as popular as democrats, but they were there long before the civil rights movement ended as shown in your own 1964 CRA voting stats.
    Yeah, we needed dog catchers... The Republicans held very few state, local or Federal offices in the South before the 1980's and did not dominate until the 1990's - well after the Civil Rights Movement had ended.


    Then I'm not completely wrong.
    Are too!


    Who's they. The Dixiecrats couldn't be considered democrats since they split from the democrats and their nominee (Truman) and nominated their own Presidential candidate (Strom Thurmond). And btw, though the Dixiecrats and Strom Thurmond lost the election, they got a substantial portion of the southern vote. Strom Thurmond himself became a republican 16 years later in defiance of Johnsons 1964 signing of the CRA. So to argue that "the south didn't begin revolting against and leaving the democrat party until long after the civil rights movement was over is ridiculous.
    You do know where Thurmond was from, right? One exception doesn't prove your 'they were all republicans' argument - not at all.


    I fail to see how that answers to what I said. The overwhelming majority (95) of southern democrats voted against civil rights. Your argument, that well, (7) southern democrats voted for the CRA therefore............ what?
    No, it wasn't.

    I didn't argue that - I just pointed out it wasn't quite what you were portraying.


    Again, that doesn't answer to what I said. Regardless of Reconstruction, the reason for the south becoming more republican, was, obviously was, the civil rights stance of the Democrats. I mean, it's history, Tea, look it up.
    There is no 'regardless of Reconstruction' - one blankity-blank blank load of Southern history and polity revolves around Reconstruction. If you (general) don't understand that, you cannot understand the South.

    Never said there was an alternative. If the south is racist and you want to get elected, then you must be a racist as well.
    Except it's not quite that simple - but I'm not gonna waste time trying to get you (personal) to understand that you (general) can favor segregation and not hate black people.


    Oh please, the VRA was completely necessary due to southern politicians blocking African Americans from voting, which they are still attempting to do by finding ways around the law.
    Not the crappy way it was written, it wasn't.

    No kidding, which is why the south, still kicking and screaming, went republican.
    Not for another twenty years! It's history! Look it up!

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