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The cudgel most frequently used against the moral integrity of America’s Founding Fathers by Marxists and adherents of the Left is the issue of slavery. In an attempt to completely denounce any measure of credibility in the Founders, revisionist historians have advanced a false narrative of America’s exceptional record concerning this important issue. With the West and the biblical foundation upon which Western civilization was established, America rose as a leading voice again slavery. Contrary to the claims of the Marxist Black Lives Matter movement, America resisted the institution of slavery—with the exception of the members of the Democratic Party.

Slavery and the Founding of America provides documentary evidence the global practice of slavery, how the institution of slavery originated in America, the efforts of Founding Fathers to resist slavery, and the efforts of the Democratic Party to maintain it.

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