Award-winning historian, scholar, and the world's most prolific, respected, and popular pro-South author.
"'Slavery 101' by Jefferson Davis Historical Gold Medal winner Colonel Lochlainn Seabrook may be a tiny little sliver of a volume, but there is ample data and revealing truths ... revealed. For you see, the contents of this book contradict what you were taught in school about the Civil War. Far from being a battle over the liberation of black slaves, some noble war to bring about abolition, the so-called Civil War was a ridiculously bloody, nation-rending squall over economics. Simply put, the rightful secession of states whose original union established sovereignty was a threat to the northern economy, as well as a movement to heavily centralize federal power in the executive seat. Sadly, great strides in that direction were indeed made by Lincoln, far from the crusading friend of blacks he is usually said to be. With big government, fed-centric politics and unignorable economic impact putting pressure on the direction of the nation, Lincoln (a despotic baboon, truth be told) used race as a hot button issue to prevent European intervention on the side of the south. But the fact of the matter is, any number of documented quotes from leaders on both sides of the Mason-Dixon firmly establishes that slavery was not a motive but rather a major gear in Lincoln's disingenuous propaganda machine. Besides the Civil War itself, the history of slavery in America (and beyond) is brimming with actual facts that contradict the popular version of events. The slave trade was conducted by the North. Black on black slavery was already afoot in Africa without any prompting from us. I could lay out tons of facts but that would be to give away the contents of this brief but bulging book of hidden history. Suffice it to say the South was far less guilty than traditionally depicted, and the North far more so. Colonel Seabrook strikes again with one of his enlightening volumes that help correct the unhistorical history shoved at us any time the topic of slavery and the American Civil War are broached." - KRISTOFER UPJOHN, Book Devil Review "Just finished this book. A must-read for anyone that wants and seeks the truth. (I own Colonel Seabrook's other book on slavery too: 'Everything You Were Taught About American Slavery is Wrong, Ask a Southerner!') 'Slavery 101' should serve as a great quick book for research!" - JOHN BULL BADER "Great book!" - KERRY WILLIAMS