The economic and moral reasoning behind the Civil War. For years, many Americans have named slavery the sole cause of the Civil War. However, author Donald Livingston seeks to illuminate the moral challenge of slavery as it existed for all Americans, not only Southerners. He examines the North's motives for invasion rather than the South's reasons for seceding and proves that the South had ample means to effect emancipation in its own time.
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DONALD LIVINGSTON is a professor of philosophy at Emory University. He has published two books on the British philosopher David Hume and has been described as "the greatest Hume scholar of the 20th century." Livingston, along with other academics, formed the Abbeville Institute, an organization in higher education dedicated to scholarly study of Southern tradition.
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