Dixie

WA Delegate (non-executive): The Confederate States of Republic of Dixie (elected )

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A land of Cavaliers, of Knights and their Ladies Fair. Where Gallantry bows, and civilization endures. Which fought for States' Rights, not hate.

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1.The Confederate States of Republic of DixieFather Knows Best State“Awakening a sleeping Giant from occupation!”
2.The Confederate States of DixieInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Deo Vindice”
3.The Confederate State's of Southern Republic of DixieInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Obedience to lawful authority is the foundation of Man”
4.The Free State of WuwaCorrupt Dictatorship“Unus pro omnibus, omnes pro uno!”
5.The Matriarchy of Eco friendly tribalsPsychotic Dictatorship“For Mother Earth”
6.The American Empire of Confederation the SouthInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Morals ,Commerce ,Defense”
7.The Autonomous District of New Crimea RepublicAuthoritarian Democracy“Славься республика”
8.The Clan of Nova CatFather Knows Best State“Truth and Vision”
9.The Kingdom of Black MenDemocratic Socialists“Sanctuary”
10.The Federal Republic of MasonwoodsAuthoritarian Democracy“La Paix Soit Sur Toi”
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The Federal Republic of Masonwoods

The Ghost Of General Lee wrote:I can understand how Johnson would be disliked by a non southerner, in fact I'd be surprised if yall didnt dislike him. But he was there for Dixie when we needed him most. When the Civil war ended the south was in ruins and the government was almost completly composed of people who were not exactly fond of the south and wanted to punish us for the war.

But then Lincoln was shot and the lone Southern Unionist in the cabinet was promoted too the presidency. This understandably ticked off the Republicans, but was a much needed break for the South. Johnson protected us from the worst of the radical Republicans and possessed a degree of honesty and integrity sorely lacking in most modern politicians. He did after all reach where he got because he was willing too stand by his belief in a indivisible union, even when all the rest of his peers left for the confederacy.

Admittibley his term was mired by constant battles with Congress over pretty much everything, but what else can you really expect? He was a southern Democrat and former slave owner who took office after the most popular Northern Republican of all time was murderd...by a southern Democrat. Johnson was pretty much destined to fight congress from the first day he sat in the oval office.

Andrew Johnson may not have been the best president for the Unites States as a whole, but he was definitely good for the South. His presidency was like a consolation prize from God to the former Confederacy. And he did help mend the divide between the Southern Unionists and Southern Secessionists, which no doubt would have been worse if there was not a Lincoln Loyalist in office protecting the South from vengeful Yankees. So as far as I'm concerned, he was a good president.

I am from the South.



The Confederate States of Dixie

The Ghost Of General Lee wrote:I can understand how Johnson would be disliked by a non southerner

Speaking as a Southerner, Johnson was kinda the worst of both worlds.

Not loyal enough to his state and Dixie to join the Confederacy and fight for independence, but not loyal enough to Lincoln and his party to advance their causes when he was thrust into power.

Pro-slavery in a party of abolition, then he was ok with Emancipation as long as it didn't affect *his* state, then decided to support it as part of his political career. But at the same time he hated slaves, told a bunch of former slaves that visited the White House that they should move to another country, and opposed their gaining citizenship. He was ok with pardoning some Confederates at first, but his resentment of the aristocracy led him to initially refrain from pardoning generals and members of the CSA government.

Then after long-opposing the aristocracy, he started letting them have their lands back and letting them return to power if they came to him personally to ask.

If anything he just drew out reconstruction and guaranteed years of racial strife. It's really no wonder his term was a mess. He had some delusion that by being stubborn enough with everyone North and South he could make the United States the way they were before the war.

The American Empire of Confederation the South

Masonwoods wrote:I am from the South.

Bull

The Federal Republic of Masonwoods

Confederation the South wrote:Bull

Born in Texas, have lived there and North Carolina. Not bull at all.

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The Federal Republic of Masonwoods

Hartist Scotland wrote:I would make a good War minister could i be the war miniser of this region

We somehow have a Secretary of Defense and Navy so I guess we got our bases covered?



The Confederacy of Hartist Scotland

Hey Dixie could i perhaps become secretary of justice



The American Empire of Confederation the South

Masonwoods wrote:

Born in Texas, have lived there and North Carolina. Not bull at all.

Than dont say we only had slave owning aristocrats in the south

The Federal Republic of Masonwoods

Confederation the South wrote:Than dont say we only had slave owning aristocrats in the south

I didn't. I said the people who lost power in Reconstruction were former slave owning aristocrats, which they were.

The Commonwealth of Beautiful friend

Dixie wrote:Speaking as a Southerner, Johnson was kinda the worst of both worlds.

Not loyal enough to his state and Dixie to join the Confederacy and fight for independence, but not loyal enough to Lincoln and his party to advance their causes when he was thrust into power.

Pro-slavery in a party of abolition, then he was ok with Emancipation as long as it didn't affect *his* state, then decided to support it as part of his political career. But at the same time he hated slaves, told a bunch of former slaves that visited the White House that they should move to another country, and opposed their gaining citizenship. He was ok with pardoning some Confederates at first, but his resentment of the aristocracy led him to initially refrain from pardoning generals and members of the CSA government.

Then after long-opposing the aristocracy, he started letting them have their lands back and letting them return to power if they came to him personally to ask.

If anything he just drew out reconstruction and guaranteed years of racial strife. It's really no wonder his term was a mess. He had some delusion that by being stubborn enough with everyone North and South he could make the United States the way they were before the war.

Could you even say that Johnson ever was formally a member of Lincoln's party though? He lived and died a Jacksonian, and moreover, when he was on the ticket, he never called himself a Republican.

Reconstruction policy was obviously necessary; any alternative would have killed the Union at the hour of its victory. Whether individual aspects could have been managed better is a different question.

Confederation the South wrote:Than dont say we only had slave owning aristocrats in the south

The South was dominated before the war by slave-owner aristocrats. They obviously weren't a majority of the population or even close.
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Anyone have any particular good reads about the Civil War era or about individual personalities? Read a biography of PGT Beauregard last year that I really enjoyed, have a Davis biography sitting on my shelf, and I'm currently reading a study/history of the 14th amendment. My issue is that I haven't found (partially because I haven't looked) for a "consensus" biography of Lee. I don't want to read a hagiography, but I'm worried that anything too modern will veer on a sorta lame attempt at idol-destruction.

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