Restricted Debate Was the civil war constitutional


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O' Be Joyful

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You either know who said the quote and are simply not listing the name out of error or speed or you don't know who said the quote and cannot provide who said it.

Be a mench and provide your source.
Tis not his purpose UB. We are faced with an imitation of A shrine. :frown: But, we may take heart that so far... not many from the real South.. . here, have "like ed " him much, so far.

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@jgoodguy ,

Thank you for providing the above two sources.

I am sure members of this honorable forum appreciate you taking the time and effort to do such so that they may decide for themselves the question posed by this thread OP based on information from the period.

Sincerely,
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OpnCoronet

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i have a question, was the civil war constitutional? if not how can you prove it? did the south legally secede? thanks

The authority and power to secede from the Federal Union, unilaterally, is not a clearly expressed part of the Constitution of the United States.

Outside the Constitution(Law) there is only anarchy or tyranny. Thus, there is no provision in the Organic Law of the Land, for the exercise of any power or authority, not provided by the Constitution and its laws.



P.S. The Silence of the Constitution, must conform to the clearly expressed powers in that Constitution and its Laws.
 



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