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|Posted: Sun Jul 17th, 2011 06:40 am||
you say - "I tried looking up commentary on this section of Grant's memoir, but all I found was A Confederate Catechism by Lyon Gardiner Tyler. On question 15 in his book, Had the south gained it's Independence, would it have proved a failure? He use's Grant's memoir as a source that the Confederacy would have become real and respected. Which I found intersting, that at least he saw it the same way as me."
Hank, What ever, I really don't know what you are talking about.
Could you please give me the list of lost cause web sites, that have this qoute. All I could find is Tyler's.
Seem's you will not except fact's, no matter the evidence.
As I said before, I was not using this memoir to say Grant was supporting any lost cause dogma. The point being if the rebbelion WERE SUCCESFUL, the southern government would have become real and respected.
Last edited on Sun Jul 17th, 2011 09:59 am by pender