Does Slavery Matter To Nikki Haley: What is there to say about slavery?

The worst time in United States history has caused a constant battle among the American people. The U.S. Constitution, We The People!
WASHINGTON - Jan. 3, 2024 - PRLog -- By: Liam Westra of British News Sole Corp

"Happy belated 4th of July to the Americans July 2, 1776, was meant for. Not the American's; some of whom's ancestors fought for the British against a nation that DIDN'T then, COULDN'T after The Emancipation Proclamation, and still CAN'T seem to recognize our basic human rights." -
A.K. Kuykendall

In the early hours of the confederate south as the rooster crows many now called freedmen, and women headed to the fields for their daily duties. As the uncertain day continues it could lead to much pain, and suffering. In the eyes of many tears shed for help. In the future this help came in the form of a civil war, but some felt like it was the opportunity to expand territory in the union, and the enforcement of the 14th amendment. Is this what the current presidential candidate Nikki Haley was referring to when she made the statement about the civil war concerning rule of government? According to historical records the establishment of slavery was to cause a progression in the new found 13 colonies. But after the 1870 Technological Revolution, the use of slaves was not needed. The growing changes by the industrial revolution caused a push to end slavery as it became non efficient as the population grew. But is Nikki Haley implying that the slavery aspect of the civil war is irrelevant, and didn't matter according to the government of the Union?

"I would save the Union. I would save it the shortest way under the Constitution. The sooner the national authority can be restored the nearer the Union will be "the Union as it was." If there be those who would not save the Union unless they could at the same time save Slavery." - Abraham Lincoln

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