The US returns to ‘Uncle Tom’s Cabin’, the book that “provoked” the Civil War

The appearance of southern flags in the assault on the capitol brought us back to the 19th century, when slavery was defeated by the abolitionists. The times of ‘Uncle Tom’s Cabin’.

Advertisement for the book ‘Uncle Tom’s Cabin’.
E.M.

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Tuesday, January 12, 2021 –
11:12

We have seen a supremacist carnival and some southern flag storming into the United States Capitol, with amazing ease. That is, the Confederate flag that represented the slave states of the South during the Civil War, which between 1861 and 1865 claimed the lives of 750,000 people, basically to settle the dispute over slavery, a debate that increasingly polarized the flourishing American society since the Declaration of Independence of 1

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