By Anna Von Reitz
Cleaning Up the Civil War --- 150 Years Later
With a little thought it will become obvious to everyone that we are now finally in the throes of resolving issues that should have been resolved in the wake of the Civil War---- and weren't.
The chief issue to be resolved once and for all time is still slavery.
Back then it was private slave ownership that was the issue---whether or not one man could own another as property. The answer was a resounding, "No!" This was the determination made in England in 1837, in America in 1865, and by 1926, both slavery and involuntary servitude (peonage) had been outlawed worldwide.