Was there any merit to the South's justification for secession?
If it were not for the fact that slavery was involved, it would not be hard at all to agree with the South's reasoning. Their justification was not unassailable, but it was defensible.
The major justification for secession was that the Constitution was a pact between states, not between the people of the...
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