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A century and a part after the realization of the Civil warfare, the legacy of the accomplice States of the US keeps to persuade nationwide politics in profound methods. Drawing on magazines similar to Southern Partisan and guides from the secessionist association League of the South, in addition to DixieNet and extra newsletters and internet sites, Neo-Confederacy probes the veneer of this stream to bare objectives way more vast than a trifling occasion of ancestry.
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