Did Jefferson Davis Just Lose the War?

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1. Any idea on when the people are going to do such for ALL of the US Supreme Courts rulings?

2. See above. Need a timeline.

3. Yes, it was a civil war and Jefferson Davis lost it.
1. No, that's up to them.
2. See above.
3. Civil wars only happen between citizens of the same independent state, and the American states were all independent from 1776 onward.

You, meanwhile, don't even stick to a single narrative about this mysterious "national Union" and its alleged history, claiming first that the Treaty of Paris was between two countries, when in reality it was 14 independent states.

And you simply ignore the fact that every state seceded from the Articles of Confederation in order to ratify the Constitution, each by the power of its respective people as the supreme authority of their respective independent state.

Because if you were specific, it would be more obvious that your narrative didn't happen; so you stay vague and don't give a straight answer.
 

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1. No, that's up to them.
2. See above.
3. Civil wars only happen between citizens of the same independent state, and the American states were all independent from 1776 onward.

You, meanwhile, don't even stick to a single narrative about this mysterious "national Union" and its alleged history, claiming first that the Treaty of Paris was between two countries, when in reality it was 14 independent states.

And you simply ignore the fact that every state seceded from the Articles of Confederation in order to ratify the Constitution, each by the power of its respective people as the supreme authority of their respective independent state.

Because if you were specific, it would be more obvious that your narrative didn't happen; so you stay vague and don't give a straight answer.

@SarahTheGoodWitch ,

Once again, I disagree with your above view.

The states did not secede from the AOC. If you have primary evidence in the way of period documentation, please present it so that I and others here may view it.

There is nothing "mysterious" about the Treaty of Paris being between two countries. This can be plainly see when reading the entire document instead of straining to present one part of it out of context.

The states did not ratify the Constitution. Conventions of the people did.

Civil wars happen when a people of a region begin to imagine a right that does not exist and from the fear that their society with it's peculiar institutions are going to be abolished, changing decades of an established social order based on human slavery.

And Jefferson Davis lost the civil war.
 
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