The Rise of the Tribes

“After extensive historical analysis, here’s my conclusion: the country is changing fast, spurred on by personal division. We are back to the 1850s; there are two Americas now.”

(Bill O’Reilly) In the run-up to the Civil War, Americans divided themselves into two tribes: the first, championed by Abraham Lincoln, swore fidelity to the Constitution, believing the federal government and Supreme Court had the ultimate say in how we, the people, were governed.

The second Tribe, led by General Robert E. Lee, rejected Lincoln. It said that the individual states should hold policy power. And if some states wanted to enslave human beings – they had a right to make that decision.

After Tribe number two was defeated, bitterness and prejudice lingered, but American authority was clear: Washington ran the show. View article →



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