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- Essay, written by an unknown author about 1861, on the causes of the Civil War, arguing that the foundations of the United States government were corrupted from their creation by the false notions that "all men are created equal" and "man is capable of self-government." The essayist examines the flaws in these ideas and offers a solution to the corruption which has brought war. Essay was purchased from Margaret C. Emmerson (1899-1978) of Annapolis, Maryland
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