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Southern Confederates Believed They Were Racially Superior to Northern Whites

Civil wars often produce unusual ferocity because they involve visceral feelings of contempt forged by close association with one's enemies. Furthermore, mischief generally follows when a nation's intelligentsia aligns with a ruling class. When that happens, members of the resulting political and cultural establishment tend to treat their perceived inferiors...

Civil wars often produce unusual ferocity because they involve visceral feelings of contempt forged by close association with one’s enemies. Furthermore, mischief generally follows when a nation’s intelligentsia aligns with a ruling class. When that happens, members of the resulting political and cultural establishment tend to treat their perceived inferiors…

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