Sorry, my friend, but you have that absolutely wrong. Making a speech when it states the official policy of a state is a very different thing. Of the hundreds of references to the superiority of the white race over the black in the historic record, here are a few.\n....\nMississippi State Secession Commissioner William T. Harris to the Georgia legislature December 1860\n....\nIn a formal letter from commissioner from Alabama to Governor Magoffin of Kentucky, Dec. 27, 1860. \n\nMy reply wasn't to secession documents or speeches of 1860. It's well known that most whites believed in white supremacy.\nI can run off speeches by Northern politicians (including Mr. Lincoln) that say the same or similar things.\n\nMy reply was to this statement-\n\n"...the Confederacy was explicitly created & based on the proposition that blacks were inferior to whites." \n\nAgain, there is nothing in the document that created the Confederacy - its Constitution - that mentions a superior or inferior race.