Assuming the American Revolution was Secession and a Slaveholders' Rebellion What Next?

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Ok the American Revolution was a secession in a time of Slaveholding, what is the next argument to be made.

Is if nostalgia for a time where the marching masters of the South were undisturbed in the enjoyment of their property? Is it a modern salve on the revolting secessionists? Anger that the Union won?

Discuss.
 
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