The existing revolution; its causes and results

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Book Description Forgotten Books, United States, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Excerpt from The Existing Revolution: Its Causes and Results In these pages will be found much food for thought. Some will be rejected and denounced by almost all, but this proves not such false. The utterance of all great truths is thus ever treated; and the writer or speaker of them, regarded as a fool, a madman, or a knave. This has always been my fate. I mind it none, except to mourn over the ignorance and depravity of my kind, and endure that suffering such state of society inflicts upon me. I write not for popularity, else should tell but little truth; for all genuine philosophers tell offensive truths, and are extremely unpopular in such a corrupt age and country as this. Some of the views expressed herein - historic, prophetic, philosophic, ethnologic, and philippic - are so extreme, that they will be looked on, by many, as figurative and hyperbolic. I mean them not to be so taken; although, in translating and transcribing so many pages from the Sibylline books, errors, in detail, of course, are made. Else to be, would argue me, infallible and omniscient. I may be charged with being blinded, by too much prejudice, in favor of the South. It matters not. For forty years have a gradually increasing, and now preponderating, portion of the people North, assailed the character and interests of those of my native section, and, also, what I deem sound principles. They have exhausted every species of literature and argument, in order to defame and injure them. Voluminous vocabularies not sufficing, they have coined words and phrases with which to calumniate them. Forced, at length, as a last resort to defend themselves, to fall back upon their reserved rights, and withdraw from so injurious a connection, they find even such measure of redress and safety denied them by their assailants; and war threatened against each and all those equal sovereignties, which shall not return, or remain attached, to the old Confederacy. Many, North and South, are earnestly appealing to this dominant party, to stay its hand of force and not imbrue it in a brother s blood. I differ with these deprecators. My voice, also, is for war. In behalf of the insulted and deep-injured South, I defy and dare these foes to combat. In this pamphlet I point out that which the existing condition of affairs attests - the impotency of the General Government (their inferior and agent) when arrayed against the stern resolve and action of a sovereign State. In 1832, the State of South Carolina, although at home, divided, and her action receiving little sympathy from her sisters of the South, compelled the central delegated power, with the great Jackson at its head, and backed by the sordid wishes of a unanimous North, to recede from its belligerent front, and acquiesce in almost all the measures demanded. Unanimous now among themselves; with far more and worse grievances to complain of, and concerted with, in full, by various other States, and strong allies elsewhere, she - rejecting all overtures for another compromise - decrees the demolition of the present Union, and organization of a Confederation South. A part of that exalted admiration the reader will find expressed for South Carolina, springs not alone from sympathy with her cause, but added to it, my love, through life, for the heroic. I am, and ever have been, a hero worshiper. The brave and virtuous revere their kind. That this gallant people should be so generally and harshly denounced, instead of highly admired and applauded, by those throughout the free States, proves true the estimate I place upon the latter. And the late refusal of the border slave States - including Tennessee - to act more promptly in defense of southern rights and honor, gives evidence, too, of the degeneracy of the mass of their inhabitants. That they shall consent, on any terms, to remain attached to the North, with a black Republican at the federal head, exhibits the d. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781331357070

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Book Description Forgotten Books, United States, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Excerpt from The Existing Revolution: Its Causes and Results In these pages will be found much food for thought. Some will be rejected and denounced by almost all, but this proves not such false. The utterance of all great truths is thus ever treated; and the writer or speaker of them, regarded as a fool, a madman, or a knave. This has always been my fate. I mind it none, except to mourn over the ignorance and depravity of my kind, and endure that suffering such state of society inflicts upon me. I write not for popularity, else should tell but little truth; for all genuine philosophers tell offensive truths, and are extremely unpopular in such a corrupt age and country as this. Some of the views expressed herein - historic, prophetic, philosophic, ethnologic, and philippic - are so extreme, that they will be looked on, by many, as figurative and hyperbolic. I mean them not to be so taken; although, in translating and transcribing so many pages from the Sibylline books, errors, in detail, of course, are made. Else to be, would argue me, infallible and omniscient. I may be charged with being blinded, by too much prejudice, in favor of the South. It matters not. For forty years have a gradually increasing, and now preponderating, portion of the people North, assailed the character and interests of those of my native section, and, also, what I deem sound principles. They have exhausted every species of literature and argument, in order to defame and injure them. Voluminous vocabularies not sufficing, they have coined words and phrases with which to calumniate them. Forced, at length, as a last resort to defend themselves, to fall back upon their reserved rights, and withdraw from so injurious a connection, they find even such measure of redress and safety denied them by their assailants; and war threatened against each and all those equal sovereignties, which shall not return, or remain attached, to the old Confederacy. Many, North and South, are earnestly appealing to this dominant party, to stay its hand of force and not imbrue it in a brother s blood. I differ with these deprecators. My voice, also, is for war. In behalf of the insulted and deep-injured South, I defy and dare these foes to combat. In this pamphlet I point out that which the existing condition of affairs attests - the impotency of the General Government (their inferior and agent) when arrayed against the stern resolve and action of a sovereign State. In 1832, the State of South Carolina, although at home, divided, and her action receiving little sympathy from her sisters of the South, compelled the central delegated power, with the great Jackson at its head, and backed by the sordid wishes of a unanimous North, to recede from its belligerent front, and acquiesce in almost all the measures demanded. Unanimous now among themselves; with far more and worse grievances to complain of, and concerted with, in full, by various other States, and strong allies elsewhere, she - rejecting all overtures for another compromise - decrees the demolition of the present Union, and organization of a Confederation South. A part of that exalted admiration the reader will find expressed for South Carolina, springs not alone from sympathy with her cause, but added to it, my love, through life, for the heroic. I am, and ever have been, a hero worshiper. The brave and virtuous revere their kind. That this gallant people should be so generally and harshly denounced, instead of highly admired and applauded, by those throughout the free States, proves true the estimate I place upon the latter. And the late refusal of the border slave States - including Tennessee - to act more promptly in defense of southern rights and honor, gives evidence, too, of the degeneracy of the mass of their inhabitants. That they shall consent, on any terms, to remain attached to the North, with a black Republican at the federal head, exhibits the de. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781331357070

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