The Reason for the Civil War (Slavery in America Part 3)

Was the Civil War about the rights of states or about the abolition of slavery?
Was Abraham Lincoln truly antislavery or did he simply use antislavery rhetoric as a political tool?
Why did the Confederate Constitution withhold the phrase "in the year of our Lord" from the closing of said document?

As usual, we dug up some historical facts that are not being presented in history class.

So the Mervar brothers are back to shed more light on the discussion regarding slavery in America!

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Two Colonies Short of Ending Slavery (Slavery in America Part 2)

"The founding fathers were a bunch of slave holders who didn't want to see slavery ended."

This is a claim we regularly hear in today's culture. But is it true?

We dug into some history and found the original draft of the Declaration of Independence. Written by Thomas Jefferson, it clearly answered our question.

Yet, something tells us they aren't showing this draft of the Declaration in history class. 

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Fact-Checking the 1619 Project (Slavery in America Part 1)

There is a dangerous ideology that has come to town and it is called the 1619 Project. 

Their claim? America's founding date is not 1776, but 1619 when enslaved Africans were brought to Jamestown and sold to the colonists.

So, is it a straight-up lie, a half-truth or fact?

Nathaniel and Christopher from Good Repot News investigate this claim in the first of three episodes on slavery in America.

Let's put it this way, we don't think the New York Times would be pleased with what we found in the annals of history.

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