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Thursday, January 24th, 2013

The Civil War Was NOT Fought Over Nullification "Progressive Professor"

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Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Video and Audio - The "Progressive Professor" has an article about how Rand Paul is "reviving Nullification from the Pre Civil War Years", the Civil War was fought over precisely that issue, and that viewpoint lost the war. Well, sorry to burst your bubble Mr. Professor but the Civil War was NOT fought over Nullification, the southern states felt like they weren't getting the proper representation in the Federal Legislature and lose any form of sel….Continue

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