Another Gaffe From the Gift That Keeps On Giving

Sometimes it’s good to remember that many of the members of the gift that keeps on giving simply don’t know their history.  Take well-known plagiarist Gary Adams.  He wants to reassure us that the Civil War was not really about slavery, and in support of that contention he argues that when Abraham Lincoln met with three Confederate commissioners off Fort Monroe at Hampton Roads in February 1865 he was willing to push for the Corwin Amendment (the proposed 1861 amendment that would have barred the federal government from acting against slavery) in order to secure an end to the war.

Wrong.

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