From The American Interest: ‘A War Lost and Found’

Full piece here.

The American Interest is revisiting the Civil War.  Our author makes a point:

‘…but it underscores a point often missed in the terrible toll of the Civil War’s losses, which is that democracy—the classical liberal democracy of Locke and Montesquieu, of Hamilton and Madison, of Mill and Tocqueville—survived.’

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