The Monster Lincoln: The Lies My Schools Taught Me

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Paul H. Belz, Nov 20, 2012 - History - 226 pages
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The Monster Lincoln weaves an intricate tapestry revealing a Lincoln apotheosis and descendant lies constituting a deliberate distortion of American history. That history presents a sainted savior. The tapestry displays a monster. Lincoln was a mercantilist beholden to Northern bankers and industrialists who demanded that he keep the Union together to facilitate several goals: saving the Northern economy, building a transcontinental railroad, nationalizing the banks, and creating a world power allied with Russia to counter the French/English block. Only war could ensure those goals while war w

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Chapter One Disillusionment
Chapter Two Northern Culpability
Chapter Three Secession is a Right
Chapter Four Lincoln the Racist
Chapter Five British Analysis
Chapter Six Constitutional Violations
Chapter Seven War Crimes
Chapter Eight Cause of the War
Chapter Nine Lincoln Mythology

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About the author (2012)

In addition to "The Monster Lincoln," Belz has authored an epic historical novel on antebellum America titled "The American Opus," and a book of essays titled "Mallwalking." He was educated at Loyola University Maryland and The Johns Hopkins University.

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